Gail Reed is retiring this month from her position as the historic district coordinator in Shelbyville. As one of only a handful in her position across the state, Reed has kept a watchful eye on Shelbyville’s most important landmarks, some known and others unknown. She sat down with The Sentinel-News and shared some of her favorite success stories and some that she hopes can be successes in the future.
By Todd Martin
Wednesday, July 25, 2012 at 3:00 am (Updated: July 25, 3:01 am)
Shelbyville Historic District Coordinator Gail Reed will step away from her post at the end of the month. Since taking over in Shelbyville in April of 2000, Reed has watched several historic buildings be remade and brought back from near devastation and others torn down.
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