Monthly Archives: June 2012

Food Trucks and Related Issues Move Forward

On Monday, the Itinerant Merchant Task Force completed its work and voted in favor of amending an ordinance to set limits on itinerant merchants (including food trucks) and peddlers, and to set up a pilot program for food trucks.  The Task Force will officially … Continue reading

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Photos by Clarke James in My Office

Currently the photography of Clarke James is being exhibited in my office.  Clarke is a 2011 graduate of Henry Clay High School and is currently attending Western Kentucky University where she is majoring in photojournalism and graphic arts.  This summer … Continue reading

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Public Meeting

I am having a public meeting on Thursday, June 28th from 7:00 – 8:30 pm at the Tates Creek Branch of the Public Library located at 3628 Walden Avenue.  The meeting will take place in the large meeting room.  Please come share … Continue reading

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Affordable Housing

Parkside is a mixed-use development including 36 affordable apartments and the offices of Sunflower Kids and Bluegrass Domestic Violence.  The development is located in Gardenside on the property of the former Cross Keys YWCA.  The project was developed by Holly Wiedemann of AU Associates.  The … Continue reading

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Keeping Goats and Pigs

As you may know, pigs and goats presently may not be kept in non-agricultural zones. Recently interest has grown among people who want to keep these animals, either as pets or to provide milk for their families.  In response to this … Continue reading

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