Friday news briefs 0213

February 13, 2004

Republicans plan rally for Kerr

Republicans will hold a rally for Sixth District congressional candidate Alice Forgy Kerr at 3:15 p.m. Saturday at the Boyle County Republican Party headquarters on Main Street in Danville.

Great backyard bird count starts Friday

Local residents are asked to participate in the national Great Backyard Bird Count this weekend. The bird checklists will be complied to help scientists track winter bird distribution and population patterns. The count is sponsored by Audubon and Cornell Lab of Ornithology. For more information, visit www.birdsource.og/gbbc.

Inter-County Energy to hold blood drive

Inter-County Energy, along with the Central Kentucky Blood Center, will hold its quarterly blood drive Wednesday.

The self-contained mobile bus will be in the parking lot at Inter-County Energy from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. To make a donation, call Lori H. Statom at (859) 236-4561or 1-888-266-7322 (toll-free).


12 building permits issued in Boyle

Danville-Boyle County Planning and Zoning issued 12 building permits in January and collected $3,065 in fees.

Here are the permits issued: John Conaster, 409 Ila Av., 576 square-foot garage; Small's Construction, 121 Betsy Ross Lane, 2,833 square-foot single-family dwelling; Daniel Hall, 1052 Riva Ridge, 7,952 square-foot single-family dwelling; Pat Logue, 101 Wetherby Lane, 2,040 square-foot single-family dwelling; John Ellis, 360 Fitzgerald St., 5,424 square-foot single-family dwelling; Bradley and Gail Wilson, 5578 U.S. 68, 1,024 square-foot garage addition; Donald Douglas, Bellevue Street, 120 square-foot storage; Sam Dexter, 224 Valley Road, 3,404 square-foot single-family dwelling; Jeff King, 5245 Lebanon Road, 4,636 square-foot single-family dwelling; William Finn, 525 Sweetwater Drive, 1,868 square-foot addition; and Alec Russell, 1401 Minor Road, 5,000 square-foot business storage.

EMT classes to begin

Danville Fire Department will conduct a basic Emergency Medical Technician class, beginning March 16. The class is open to the public and costs $400. The class prepares students to take the National Registry of EMT-B exam scheduled in June. Applications and fee schedules can be picked up at the fire station. For more information, call (859) 238-1247.


Danville-Boyle County Planning and Zoning Commission - 9 a.m. Wednesday in the city hall conference room. The agenda includes: planned unit development amendment to Storage Rentals of America; minor plats for Durham Farm on Upper Salt River Road, Earl Pemberton on Pemberton Lane and U.S. 127, Phillip Daly on Forkland Road and Crest View Meadows on Ky. 52; preliminary plats in Levanwood on Tuggle and Webster Roads; preliminary and final plat revocation for Jim and Nancy Davis; preliminary plat for Horizons Pointe Development; and executive session.

Lincoln County Fiscal Court - 5 p.m. today in the old Kentucky Utilities building on Main Street for second reading for planning and zoning ordinance.


Terri Brown is the widow of Michael Brown. Her maiden name was incorrect in Thursday's funeral notice.|2/12/04***

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