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Government

  • City's property tax rate remains stable

     Property tax bills for Hodgenville residents will remain stable this year.

  • City Council tables restaurant tax - again

     Hodgenville City Council agreed Monday – for the second consequent month – to postpone first reading of a proposed 2 percent restaurant tax.

  • Sims bows out of state rep's race

     Dottie Sims, Democratic candidate to represent the 19th state House District, has dropped out of the race. 

  • Sims drops out of State Rep race

     Dottie Sims, Democratic candidate to represent the 19th state House District, has dropped out of the race.

    Sims said Monday she withdrew for “personal reasons.” The Kentucky Secretary of State website noted she withdrew Sept. 7.

    Sims said she “really enjoyed being a public servant” but she also enjoys being a grandmother. Her desire to spend time with grandchildren Anna, 4; Jonathan, 2; and Katie, 2, means cutting back on other activities.

  • Building and zoning permits - August 2012

     August Building and Rezoning Permits

    Information compiled from Land of Lincoln Planning and Zoning records

    Aug 1. - James A. Simon - Miller Road, Hodgenville – pool

    Aug. 1 - David Walsh - Tonieville Road, Hodgenville – deck

    Aug. 2 - James Miller - Memory Lane, Buffalo – deck

    Aug. 2 - Emmett Jacobs - Eugenia Avenue, Hodgenville – sunroom

    Aug. 3 - Maynord Spurlock - Dangerfield Road, Hodgenville - land division

  • General Assembly's 2013 schedule set

     The 2013 Regular Session of the Kentucky General Assembly is scheduled to begin on Jan. 8 and will last 30 legislative days.

    As usual during an odd-numbered year, in which sessions are half as long as in even-numbered years, the session will have two parts. The first four days of the session – Jan. 8 to Jan. 11 – will focus on organizational work, such as electing legislative leaders, adopting rules of procedure and organizing committees. The introduction and consideration of legislation can also begin during this time.

  • Restaurant tax will not provide 'sustainable funding'

     A proposed 2 percent restaurant tax will not provide sustainable income to LaRue County Park and Recreation.

  • Free flu shots available to state employees

     The Kentucky Employees’ Health Plan will provide all members, nearly 275,000 Kentucky teachers, retirees, state and local government employees and their dependents, free flu shots.

  • Frenchman's Knob purchased by state

     Thanks to funding by the Kentucky Heritage Land Conservation Fund, Hart County’s Frenchman’s Knob is now protected forever.

    The 90-acre site just northeast of Bonnieville will eventually be open to the public for hiking, bird watching and educational programs. While Hart County Fiscal Court now owns the property, the Bacon Creek Historical Society is partnering in the management of the site.

  • FISCAL COURT: County and city split bucket truck

     LaRue County Fiscal Court, meeting at the courthouse in Hodgenville Aug. 28, voted to pay $7,000 for its half ownership, in partnership with the City of Hogenville, of a bucket truck.

    “I think it’s something we’ll be able to use quite a bit,” Tommy Turner, judge-executive, told magistrates. “The city will likely use it to hang banners and replace street lights and we’ll use it for tree trimming and other things.”