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8 • March 17, 2010 Your Hometown Newspaper Bath County News-Outlook GENE00L N EWS $360,000 Set Aside for Downtown Owingsville Revitalization By: Harry Patrick Since it will be a "nistoric" After a long hiatus, the Downtown Revitalization Project for Owingsville is back up and running. In a special-called meeting Thursday night, March 11, 2010, with Mayor Kincaid and three representatives (Abby Jones, Wayne Sim- mons and Jim Wade) from Nesbitt Engineering of Lex- ington present, it was an- nounced that $300,000 from a Transportation Enhance- ment Grant (T-21 grant) would be used to renovate downtown Owingsville, with the city and county pitch- ing in $60,000 in matching funds. Using two exhibits, Jones gave an overall account of how the money would be used and what parts of down- town would be affected. These are the areas that will be re-done -- from Brooks Alley, East to and including South Court, down Slate Av- enue, to stop just beyond the Richie Hunt Funeral Home, down East Main to and in- eluding North Court. project, the Heritage Foun- dation, which allotted the money, is concerned with "the look" of the finished product, such as benches, lights, fencing, ironworks, etc. The Foundation dis- missed Owingsville's first plans that were submit- ted. In the meantime, city and county administration changed and the Renais- sance Committee (what it was called the first-time around) had to start over. In a breakdown of mon- ey to be spent, Jones said $150,000 will be spent on decorative iron wrought fenc- es in front of the businesses on Main Street and $10,000 will be spent on a fountain in front of the courthouse. Other items to be put in - a bicycle rack in front of the Library; a brick platform in '"Iqae Pockef' to be used for future concert events and trash cans and benches for the courthouse lawn and several trees in front of the courthouse. When asked if those trees would block the view of an event taking i x Network Management Solutions • Business & Residential Computer Service Repair • Certified Computer & Network Technician Email - mike.mchale@roadrunner.’om Call Michael McHale at 606-776-5633 Visit us at www networkmanagementsolutions org place on Main Street, Jones said, '"To some extent, but there will be spaces between the trees and the trees will only be seven feet tall." Five streetlights, in the designated parameter of the renovation, will be changed to lamps with soft glows. The electrical wires for those lamps will be placed under- ground. In conclusion, Mayor Kin- caid said, 'fl'he exhibits will be at City Hall until July i, 2010, which is the kick-off for the 150 days of construction, so if you have any questions, you can view the exhibits at any time. There will be Nes- bitt inspectors on job sites at all times to make sure the jobs are being done right. There is a chance there won't be enough money to renovate North Court. If the contractor's prices for the other areas are acceptable, the North Court area will be done. We are highly optimis- tic North Court will be reno- vated also." After several questions from the audience, the meet- ing adjourned at 8:30. Dear Friends, I would like to take this time to personally ask you to vote for my father, Harold Wayne Hunt. My father will be an excel- lent Judge-Executive for Bath County. On a personal level, he is kind, caring and a good citi- zen. On a business level, he is diligent, hardworking and no- nonsense. We have many teach- ers in our family, seven to be exact. My Dad understands the importance of education and its Check Out Our #eW FIR i'AR H$ • New Firearms TRIAL Continued from Page 1 Sanders and Davis were indicted on Nov. 20 by members of a Bath County Grand Jury, fol- lowing testimony from Kenneth Scarberry of the United States De- partment of Agricul- ture. ...... Attorney Nathan partnership with Bath County. Blaze Tomlin of the Pub- In turn, my Dad is very inter- ested in making Bath County a lic Defender's Advocacy family-oriented, strong, viable Department will defend and competitive place for our both Davis and Sanders, children and the citizens of the according to court docu- county. OrI a personal note, my ments. Dad has 'always been a family Both remain free with man. He has always been in- DaVis having posted terested in the well-being of his $5,000 unsecured bond :family and I can tell you that he will be the same way with the and Sanders being freed well-being of Bath County, its on "monitored condition- citizens and your tax dollars, al }elease", according to He will be 100% committed court documents. as. your Judge-Executive. My Dad, Harold Wayne Hunt, has always t0id me to "work hard and be good to people." That is Te Ba} ,OUJa'('y his motto. My family, Barry, Patrick and /S  Clam Beth Toy, would like to ask for 6ur vote and support. Opei 9 a  business? Thank you, Jill Hunt Toy. 4#re z a Pleas6V6te for Harold Wayne Hunt "The People's Judge" I Home for Sale 309 Kennedy Heights Carlisle, KY / Modern three bedroom home for sale on well landscaped lot with large kitchen and living areas, fireplace with gas logs, deck and finished basement For more information call (859)289-346, or (859)473-151o AUCTION! 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