“We’re very pleased. It went as expected. There were no unexpected surprises.”
That about sums up what Don B. Getty, manager of the Wolf Creek Dam Rehabilitation Project, would say to a Commonwealth Journal reporter about the just-completed two-day final safety review of Wolf Creek Dam.
A law enforcement pursuit in north Pulaski County resulted from a domestic dispute in which a local man allegedly hit his sister with a car Thursday.
According to the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department, Ty Rubin Bowling, 40, of Grundy Road, arrested on numerous criminal charges.
The study report on unified city governments in Pulaski County will be a lengthy document – “ ... an interesting report with interesting conclusions and interesting recommendations,” according to Luke B. Schmidt of L.B. Schmidt and Associates, consultant for the $35,000 study.
Good news for recycling fans — the city will be coming to collect more often.
At Monday’s Somerset City Council meeting, Mayor Eddie Girdler made the decision to make recycling pick-ups a weekly thing in the city, starting immediately.
It didn’t take long for the City of Somerset to begin taking unusual advantage of its latest property acquisition, the Economy Inn—formerly Somerset Court—at 422 Monticello Street south of Oak Hill Road.
Rodney Dick, an employee of the Pulaski County Road Department for 25 years and a farmer in the Nancy community, is the third candidate to file for jailer, hoping to unseat incumbent Mike Harris.
Following a delay on Friday, it looks like the next step forward in the city’s ongoing legal battle with the Kentucky Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) won’t come until 2014.
City officials are thinking that Somerset’s recreation center may be starting to outgrow itself.