When Amy Matthews decorates cakes in her basement kitchen the reasons are clear why she wants to work at home.
They are John, 4, and Jesse, 2.
When Amy Matthews and her husband, Jamie, adopted the two boys, she decided to move her catering company, Kentucky Seasons, to her house in Boyle County. After two years, both the boys and the business are growing. When they go to school she said she might want an employee to help her with large orders.
Under the old planning and zoning ordinance she wouldn't have been given the option to hire anyone. Now, she can.
The county, Perryville and Junction City passed the ordinance. Danville is still using the old ordinance, written in 1988.
Authors of the ordinance say it is more flexible.
President of the Industrial Foundation Joe Gibson said that the ordinance's change from industrial zone to an industrial business development zone could mean more jobs here.