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Fiscal court takes stance against eminent domain

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By Ron Benningfield

LaRue County Fiscal Court unanimously approved a resolution opposing any attempt by private companies to seize private property by the use of eminent domain.

“We need to let our legislators know that action on this needs addressing during this session,” LaRue County Judge-executive Tommy Turner told magistrates meeting at the courthouse in Hodgenville Jan. 14.

The resolution further stated, “No private property owner should be forced to relinquish their land for the benefit of non-governmental, for-profit private companies.”


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