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10- March 20, 2014 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook Expansion cont. from page 1. Photo by Cecil Lawson Construction at the CTIICustom Foods plant expansion project is taking shape as crews erect a building that will connect the existing plant with the former CINTAS factory, Doug Copher agreed and said that he had spoken with a representative with the Kentucky Association of Counties, who told him that this was a standard agreement used by most counties in the state for economic development. Copher said that while the county currently re- ceives around $57,000 a year in taxes from Custom Foods, and the expansion would generate an estimat- ed additional $62,500, plus another $85,000 for the school district. 'q'hese are pretty sig- nificant figures," Copher added. Court members voted unanimously to approve the resolution. In other matters during last Thursday's meeting, court members also - approved the Fiscal Year 2014-15 Jail budget, which reflects both sav- ings as well as a $13,000 in- crease due to the addition of a home incarceration officer, Dep. Wes Tincher. Doug Copher also noted that the February jail bill was just over $19,000. - heard from Dep. Tinch- er, who presented a report on the first month of the county's home incarcera- tion program. Tincher said that three individuals were currently part of the pro- gram through the recom- mendatioN' of Bath District Judge Dola Blair. Tincher was questioned about a 8400 purchase for uniform clothing;and he was told to submit purchase orders for such items in the future. signed an agreement with the Bath County Wa- ter District, the City of Ow- ingsville, and CTI/Custom Foods to assist in paying for upgrades to the Ore Mines Pump Station. Each party to the agreement will pay a :fourth of total of $108,000, or $27,150. approved a proclama- tion declaring March as Red Cross Month in Bath County. PROPERTY TRANSFERS, MAR. 10-MAR. 14, 2014 Feb. 21, 2014 Lucas Builders, Inc. to Catherine Stacy Kier and Michael Kier, property at 146 Bath Ave., Owings- ville, Bath Co., KY Mar. 5, 2014 Barbara McCarty and Johnny McCarty to Hurley Shawn Short and Michael Leigh Short, property at Old Sand Rd., Bath Co., KY Elaine Kuhn and Milford Kuhn to Johnny 1L Goldie and Ellen Goldie, Deed of Correction, property, Wyo- ming Rd., Bath Co,, KY Mar. 7, 2014 Wanda Norris, Execu- tive, Dennis Norris estate and individually to Ronnie Norris and Janice Norris; property, Bath Co., KY Mar. 10, 2014 Sammy M. Hunt and Rhonda L. Hunt to Clifford Collins and Gwendolyn Collins, property, Pergrem Rd, Bath Co., KY Ronnie Hall and Tina S.B. Hall to Thomas White and Trisha White, proper- ty, Ride Rd., Bath Co., KY Mar. 11, 2014 Wendy Rudd to Gabriel Toledo, property, Bath Co., KY Mar. 12, 2014 Quit Claim Deed, Shan- non B. Crouch to Christo- pher Rouss0s, property, Bath Co., KY Federal Home Loan Mtg. Corp to Randall How- ard and Connie Howard, property, 206 Bethel Ridge Rd, Bath Co., KY Michael D Harmon and Iela Gaye Harmon to Wanda Swartz and Cary Swartz, property, Main St., Owingsville, Bath Co., KY Steve Williams to Diana W.IL Burton and Patrick Bussell, property, Bath Co., KY Senator Albert Robinson welcomed Bath County Circuit Clerk Claudette Faudere to the capital on Thursday, Feb. 20. The Bath County Farm Bureau will award (2) scholarships for the cur- rent year to qualified ap- plicants. The scholarship, in the amount of $1000, is good at any college or post-high school vocation- al training program. ment will be made directly to the applicant after en- rollment and will be paid in two payments in the amount of $500 each. The scholarship com- mittee will determine the best qualified applicants, and their decision is final. picked up at the Bath County Farm Bureau Of- fice at 108 Gudgell Dr. in Owingsville. Applica- tions must be returned in person or by mail to Bath County Farm Bureau, P. O. Box 40, Owingsville, KY 40360, and postmarked no The scholarship pay- Applications may be later than April 25. # Ingredients Original recipe makes 4 servings 1/2 pound Irish bacon, diced 2 large potatoes, peeled and cubed 1 (15 ounce) can diced tofnatoes Sth juice 1 cup chicken stock, or as needed Salt and black pepper to taste sliedc 2 cups thinly dat:k green Savoy cabbage leaves Directions 1. Place bacon in a large, deep stockpot or sauce- pan. 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