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LIZ MAPLES | September 27, 2005
Developer Joedy Sharpe has hired an appraiser to look at an easement across Danville Country Club property that will allow sewer to come to his planned neighborhood on the northeast end of the city. He told Danville City Commission Monday that it will be 30 to 90 days before he has a report from his appraiser. In the meantime, he has withdrawn his last offer to the golf course, $120,000. He told commissioners he will base his new offer on the appraiser's report, either lower or higher.
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LIZ MAPLES | September 13, 2005
Before the city will consider condemning a section of Danville Country Club's golf course for new sewer lines to a development on Redbud Farms, commissioners want the developer to get an appraisal of the easement. Joedy Sharpe owns the farm and plans to develop 121 lots on 59.9 acres there. The farm is located in the county and on the northeast end of the city. The country club's golf course appraiser said the easement could diminish the value of the course by $250,000. Sharpe's last offer for an easement was $120,000.
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October 24, 2008
Bluegrass Rails to Trails Foundation is currently working to complete a safe path to Lykins Park on Mount Sterling Road (U.S. 60). The trail would connect Main Street in Winchester with Clark County's largest park. The most recent success on this project is the donation of land in the form of an easement by Turner Seed Company and their neighbor Arrow LLC. "I thank Turner Seed Company and Arrow, LLC on behalf of the community for partnering on this important trail project," said Jon Walker, president of the Bluegrass Rails to Trails Foundation.
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September 14, 2006
Men's health fair and safety program set On Sept. 16, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., the Jessamine County Extension Office will co-sponsor a day dedicated to men's health. The program will include health screenings, workshops and activities. Along with the health fair, the office will conduct a community safety fair with activities such as ATV safety, tractor rollovers, medical helicopters and much more. The men's health fair and safety program will be held at the Ag Learning Center at the fairgrounds in Nicholasville.
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June 19, 2008
Natural Resources Conservation Service in Kentucky announced the next WRP application ranking deadline is June 20. WRP applications are continually accepted and those applications received after June 20 will remain on file until the next ranking cycle. The compensation portion of the Food, Conservation and Energy Act of 2008 for WRP is effective immediately and may be of special interest to local landowners. The new language in the 2008 Farm Bill authorizes the Secretary of Agriculture to pay as compensation for a WRP easement the fair market value of the land, as determined by an appraisal or an area-wide market analysis or survey.
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October 30, 2005
Power outage planned for Wednesday Inter-County Energy will have a planned outage in Nov. 2 Boyle and Lincoln counties. This outage is necessary to facilitate upgrades to the Shelby City substation located on Ky. 300. These upgrades are to accommodate future growth. The company will interrupt service to members for approximately three hours from 10 a.m.1 p.m. Areas affected by the outage include Airport Road, Albany Circle, Pleasant Drive, Scotts Drive, Linda Drive, Spring Valley Drive, Chrisman Lane, Chrisman Spur, Tom Hackley Road, Fox-Spoonamore Lane, Ky. 590 (Hubble)
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Journal staff report | February 11, 2009
Natural Resources Conservation Service in Kentucky is accepting applications for the Wetlands Reserve Program. Application ranking cutoff dates are March 27 and May 29. WRP applications are continually accepted and those applications received after the cutoff dates will be deferred until the next ranking cycle. The Wetlands Reserve Program is a voluntary program offering landowners the opportunity to protect, restore, and enhance wetlands on their property. Since 1996, the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service has provided Kentucky landowners more than $24 million to restore 16,000 acres of cropland, pastureland and other altered lands to their original wetland conditions.
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December 22, 2004
USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) announces the FY2005 Grassland Reserved Program (GRP) signup. Landowners may apply for GRP at any time however, applications received after Jan. 21, 2005 will be considered for the next evaluation period. The GRP is a voluntary program that helps landowners and operators restore and protect grassland, while maintaining the areas as grazing lands. The program places heavy emphasis in protecting grasslands under the greatest threat of conversion.
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February 26, 2009
The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service in Kentucky is now accepting applications for the Wetland Reserve Program (WRP). Application ranking cutoff dates are March 27 and May 29. Applications are continually accepted, but those applications received after the cutoff dates will be deferred until the next ranking cycle. The Wetlands Reserve Program is a voluntary program offering landowners the opportunity to protect, restore and enhance wetlands on their property. Since 1996, the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS)
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October 12, 2006
Property transfers recorded in the office of County Clerk George O. "Sonny" Spoonamore IV in the Lincoln County Courthouse. Danny O. and Teresa Stevens to Raymond and Ina Todd, approximately five acres on Flatwood School Road and Todd Road, in Lincoln and Pulaski Counties, $6,000. (January 2003 deed) Raymond and Ina Todd to James and Anna M. Anglin, approximately five acres on Flatwood School Road and Todd Road, in Lincoln and Pulaski Counties, general warranty deed, $16,000.
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By KENDRA PEEK and kpeek@amnews.com | June 7, 2013
PERRYVILLE - The lease between the Economic Development Partnership, on behalf of Main Street Perryville and the city of Perryville for the second floor of the community center building, home to the city's Main Street program, is going back for another revision following Thursday's City Council meeting. While council members agreed with almost every detail of the lease, they felt the utilities should be shared more equally between the two entities, as the current lease will require the program to pay for their personal telephone, Internet and electricity services and only those utilites that are individually metered.
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By DAVID BROCK and dbrock@amnews.com | June 6, 2012
Danville-Boyle County Planning and Zoning Commission approved measures Wednesday paving the way for Cheddar's Casual Cafe to locate near Walmart Supercenter on South Danville Bypass. P&Z voted 7-1 to do away with an easement requiring about two acres owned by Walmart to be maintained as green space. The vote will allow Walmart to subdivide a portion of its parking lot at the corner of Jane Trail and Walton Avenue for use as a Murphy's Oil gas station; realign part of Walton Avenue with a narrower width than the typically required 50 feet; and forego placing a sidewalk on one side of Walton Avenue that will be used as a truck entrance and maneuvering area.
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Kentucky Agriculture Report | December 9, 2009
Kentucky Farm Bureau is excited to announce the enrollment kick-off for the 2010 Certified Roadside Farm Market program. Established in July 1996, the Kentucky Farm Bureau Certified Roadside Farm Market program began as a program to help farmers market their fruits and vegetables directly from roadside markets to consumers across the Commonwealth. Since then, the membership has expanded to include farm enterprises like greenhouses, landscape nurseries, Christmas tree farms, vineyards/wineries, and meat/cheese farm markets.
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Tyler Young | March 14, 2009
The Wilmore City Council voted to have City Attorney Bobby Gullette draft a letter to the Jessamine County-City of Wilmore Board of Adjustments expressing the council's disapproval of a proposal that the board will hear March 19 about a variance to Wilmore's 200-foot easement ordinance. Wesley Village President Glenda Creech told the council at its meeting March 2 of the organization's plan to ask for a variance to the ordinance for the construction of new homes for memory care on the Village property.
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February 26, 2009
The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service in Kentucky is now accepting applications for the Wetland Reserve Program (WRP). Application ranking cutoff dates are March 27 and May 29. Applications are continually accepted, but those applications received after the cutoff dates will be deferred until the next ranking cycle. The Wetlands Reserve Program is a voluntary program offering landowners the opportunity to protect, restore and enhance wetlands on their property. Since 1996, the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS)
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Journal staff report | February 11, 2009
Natural Resources Conservation Service in Kentucky is accepting applications for the Wetlands Reserve Program. Application ranking cutoff dates are March 27 and May 29. WRP applications are continually accepted and those applications received after the cutoff dates will be deferred until the next ranking cycle. The Wetlands Reserve Program is a voluntary program offering landowners the opportunity to protect, restore, and enhance wetlands on their property. Since 1996, the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service has provided Kentucky landowners more than $24 million to restore 16,000 acres of cropland, pastureland and other altered lands to their original wetland conditions.
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November 27, 2008
The devisees of Johnny Lee Hazlett Sr., namely Johnny Lee Jr. and Brenda Hazlett, Steven M. and Jenny Hazlett and Steve and Lisa Hazlett Stiles, to Billy Jack Hazlett, 49.43 acres off Hazlett Hollow Road, $63,000. David S. and Roseann N. Downey to Commonwealth of Kentucky, for the use and benefit of the Transportation Cabinet, four tracts of land, containing approximately 654 acres, beginning at the intersection of KY 300 and Old U.S. 127, being the Isaac Shelby Farm, Traveler's Rest, historic preservation and conservation easement, $2,185,000.
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October 24, 2008
Bluegrass Rails to Trails Foundation is currently working to complete a safe path to Lykins Park on Mount Sterling Road (U.S. 60). The trail would connect Main Street in Winchester with Clark County's largest park. The most recent success on this project is the donation of land in the form of an easement by Turner Seed Company and their neighbor Arrow LLC. "I thank Turner Seed Company and Arrow, LLC on behalf of the community for partnering on this important trail project," said Jon Walker, president of the Bluegrass Rails to Trails Foundation.
NEWS
June 19, 2008
Natural Resources Conservation Service in Kentucky announced the next WRP application ranking deadline is June 20. WRP applications are continually accepted and those applications received after June 20 will remain on file until the next ranking cycle. The compensation portion of the Food, Conservation and Energy Act of 2008 for WRP is effective immediately and may be of special interest to local landowners. The new language in the 2008 Farm Bill authorizes the Secretary of Agriculture to pay as compensation for a WRP easement the fair market value of the land, as determined by an appraisal or an area-wide market analysis or survey.
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