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Watts suggests dropping county’s lawsuit against Bardstown

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By Stephanie Hornback

Nelson County Judge Executive Dean Watts suggested dropping the county’s long-running lawsuit against the City of Bardstown at Tuesday’s Fiscal Court meeting, but District 3 Magistrate Bernard Ice was the only one who agreed with him.

The lawsuit, filed four years ago, involved the city’s corridor annexation of KY 245. The county’s purpose in filing it was to maintain garbage customers in the affected area. In past city annexations, the city tried to take over county services, according to Watts.


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