Louisville money rules

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By The Staff

Many of this county's citizens spent weeks amending the conditional use regulations for agriculture. In January, the Board of Adjustments and Appeals threw out these rules in favor of the Louisville Cemetery. It is a slap in the face of our citizens.

In February, Chuck Hickman rules against Triple S Planning and Zoning in favor of New Estates Farms, a development planned on the Shelby/Jefferson county line, a decision overly biased toward Jefferson County's development interests.

The decision to run a water line through the county towards Lexington (and partially paid for by our water districts and hence, Shelby County taxpayers) was again to benefit Louisville.

It is obvious that if you have Louisville money you can rule this county.

Katie Sjothun,