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Judge Greg Wilson speaks at groundbreaking ceremony



2014-04-10 - Metcalfe County Recycling Center, 990 Industrial Road, Edmonton, KY - Photo by John Perkins.
Metcalfe County Judge Executive Greg Wilson spoke at the groundbreaking ceremony," saying "I am so proud of this project and the benefits that will come with it. Our local industry will be able to greatly prosper, and hopefully it will also bring some new industry to our area," and expressed thanks to local officials and groups, saying, "I would like to thank Mayor Garrett and all the Industrial Board members and state officials for helping push this important project forward."

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