Questions are good

 If you notice, there seems to be more people attending public meetings.

And they seem to be asking more questions.

While this may seem a bit suspicious, especially when it is candidates asking the questions, the actual asking for information is a good thing.

We do not favor those who are trying to score brownie points.

But we do like it when people ask questions.

What we have found is that many people running for public office don’t always have a good idea on what they are running for.


Should Kentucky go to open voting where online ballots could be cast?

What are your suggestions for improvements to Shepherdsville’s park?

Do you pay attention to the tax rates set by local government agencies?

Do you plan to vote in the Nov. 6 election?

How important is the memory of 9/11 in your life today?