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Discussing Light Pollution at Fiscal Court

2010-09-18 - Photo by Ed Waggener. 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY
Sheriff Ralph Curry, Blue shirt listened to Mary Phelps, third from left, following Tuesday night's Adair Fiscal Court meeting, at which her husband, JJ Hathaway, left spoke on a variety of problems facing Adair County, including light and noise pollution, and the need to confront the problem of protecting investors who come to Adair County for the beauty and quiet lifestyle because of failure of the county to pass nuisance ordinances, and uncontrolled trailer park development which has resulted from lack of zoning laws. Listening, at right is Perry Reeder (4) magistrate in the district where the Hathaway/Phelps farm is located.

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