Editorial: Addressing our need for available and affordable housing is critical

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By The Kentucky Standard Editorial Board

Bardstown and Nelson County continue to grow and prosper, but there are key segments in our market that are lagging behind. Available and affordable housing is a key issue that’s plaguing our community. When the real estate bubble burst in 2007, leading up to the Great Recession, everything fell apart. Builders got out of the business or retired, banks took hits on defaulted loans, and new subdivisions set idle for a decade. Now that the economy is recovering and our community is bouncing back, housing development has fallen way behind the demand.

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