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Business

  • Real estate deeds: May 22-June 4, 2014

    Deeds are compiled from data posted on the Shelby County Clerk’s Web site. Property descriptions are based on the best available information provided in the database and may in fact refer to property and thoroughfares no longer formally identified. Financial terms include any value of the property stated on the deed, even if that amount did not change hands.

     

    May 22-27

    Fairway Crossing LLC to al Bennett Builders Inc., Lot 57 Fairway Crossing Section 3, $39,500

  • Big turnout expected for Career Expo

    Career Expo

    When:June 20, noon to 7 p.m.; June 21, 9 a.m. to noon

    Where:Shelby Christian Church, 2375 Frankfort Road

    Cost:Free for job seekers, $50 for businesses

    More info:502-633-1636

     

    A Career Expo planned for June 20-21 promises to be a big success; at least that’s the expectation of officials from three different economic development sectors in Shelby County.

  • City Council considers zoning amendments

    The Shelbyville City Council will move forward with a zoning text amendment at its meeting on Thursday at city hall, 315 Washington Street, and will take into consideration some suggestions from the Triple S Planning Commission.

    Shelbyville City Attorney Steve Gregory said the council plans to drop the proposed changes that would allow distilleries in Limited Interchange (X-1) and Commercial (C-4) districts, and instead will focus only on the Agricultural (A) district amendment.

  • NEW BUSINESS: Rogers Property Management

    Address: 820 Main Street Shelbyville KY

     

    Who We Are: Rogers Property Management is owned by Larry K. Rogers and daughters Tracy Rogers Barnett and Elizabeth Rogers Davis. Larry Rogers is the broker/owner and Tracy Barnett is the manager of the real estate business at Coldwell Banker Rogers Realty. With the growing demands and popularity of the property management/rental business this led to the need for a full time employee/manager and Elizabeth Davis was the perfect fit.

     

  • Business briefcase: June 13, 2014

    Easley recognized as Equine

    Veterinary Dental Specialist

     

    Shelbyville veterinarian Jack Easley has been awarded Diplomte status by the Equine Veterinary Dental Specialists. He is one of only 12 in the United States.

    Equine dentistry was just recently recognized as a specialty by the American Board of Veterinary Specialists.

  • Universities begin hemp research

    With hemp seeds just getting into the ground, farmers around the state, including in Shelby, still have a lot of questions about the possibility of growing industrial hemp.

    Sen. Paul Hornback (R-Shelbyville), chair of the Agriculture Committee, said he’s had some feedback from farmers who say they aren’t quite sure what would be involved.

    “We will have some meetings about it later on,” he said.

    Shelby County Farmer Ray Tucker said he had done some research online about growing industrial hemp and he has some concerns.

  • Second job fair has good turnout

    Officials of the Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass expressed satisfaction with the results of a second job fair Wednesday to help staff the shops of the mall, expected to open this summer.

    Dan Davilla, manager of the 364,000 square foot retail center, said he was pleased with the turnout.

    “There are quite a few more [retailers] than last time,” he said. “I don’t have a tally right now; but it’s going great.”

  • Business briefcase: June 6, 2014

    Pilkinton earns fellowship

    at New York hospital

  • MaxCare Urgent Treatment sold to Baptist Health

    Baptist Health will now join Jewish Hospital, KentuckyOne Health, and Norton Healthcare in Shelby County.

    The Louisville-based company plans to close on the sale of MaxCare Urgent Treatment today, and Drs. Paul Goodlett and Ron Creque Jr., said the state of healthcare led them to sell.

  • Outlet mall will have 2nd job fair at Collins

    After a successful first job fair in April, the Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass is planning a second job fair in Shelby County on Wednesday.

    This event, like the first one, will be in the gym at Collins High School from 4 p.m. to 7:30, but while the first event requested that applicants be 18-and-older, this one states applicants should be at least 16 years of age.

    With the mall set to open by the end of July, retailers and restaurants will be looking to fill several positions. More than 30 retailers attended the first job fair.