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Bliss Bypass widened

2010-11-07 - Photo by Ed Waggener. District 4, Adair Co., KY
Haven't had a chance to see what Mayor Kenneth Scott thinks of this project which is temporarily disturbing the peaceful quiet of his aptly named community, but the Kentucky Department of Highways is improving the view around this formerly blind curve on Edmonton RD/KY 80, above Bliss. This windshielded photo was taken Saturday, November 6, 2010, with Frank Holladay place in the background. Mayor Scott's government is streamlined. As the owner of the town he bought lock, stock and barrel for a little over $600, he doesn't have to fool with elections. And with the Commonwealth and County providing all the roads, the Community of Bliss, itself, offers the dream of so many citizens: A no town taxes town with, laissez-faire, compassionate anarchy, doctrine of government.

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