Park loses funds in state budget cuts

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By Staff

Nobody likes it when the budget ax falls on them, but given the dire revenue picture of Kentucky for the next couple of years, it was no real shock that $1.1 million in funding was pulled for improvements at the J. Dan Talbott Amphitheatre.

Kentucky, like many other states, is facing a budget austere to the point of pain. Those words belong to new Gov. Steve Beshear, who hasnt seen much of the bright side of the day since taking the reins of governor in December. Ours was just one of many parks improvement projects that was scrapped.

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