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PO Box 1070, Frankfort, KY 40602  Phone 502.875.2428, Fax 502.875.2845
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  • KRC Comments In Opposition To LGE Coal Combustion Waste Landfill   
  • Reflections on the 40th Anniversary of the Kentucky Nature Preserves Commission   
  • The Basics About Avigation Easements  
  • KRC Comments On Proposed Biodigester Zoning Revisions  
  • Remembering Mary Carol Cooper  
  • KRC Director Presents Sustainability Lecture At Centre College   
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We Watched: The Final Edition  
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: 13th Edition!   
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: Twelfth Edition!   
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: Eleventh Edition!   
  • KRC Opposes Proposed Constitutional Amendment Giving Legislative Committees Veto Power Over Regulations   
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: Tenth Edition!   
  • KRC Opposes Second Bill To Lift Nuclear Plant Moratorium   
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: Ninth Edition!   
  • Remembering Two Who Made A Difference   
  • SB 89 Would Lift Kentucky Moratorium On New Nuclear Plants   
  • Bill Would Impose Appeal Bond On Appeals To Court of Appeals In Planning And Zoning Cases  
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: The Eighth Edition!   
  • Effort To Expand Net Metering in Kentucky Stalls  
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: Seventh Edition!   
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: Sixth Edition!   
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: Fifth Edition!   
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: Fourth Edition   
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: The Third Edition   
  • In Memory Of A Courageous Advocate  
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’ll Be Watching: Second Edition!  
  • KRC Supplemental Comments On Proposed Anaerobic Digester Project   
  • An Alternative To The Star Energy/Heaven Hill Anaerobic Digester Proposal   
  • 2016 General Assembly in Regular Session: Bills We're Watching: The First Edition!   
  • Looking Back On KRC's Work In 2015  
  • 2016 Kentucky General Assembly In Regular Session: Bills We're Tracking - The Prefiled Edition  
  • KRC Statement Opposing Conditional Use Permit For Biodigester   
  • As Others See KRC 2015  
  • KRC Opposes Location of Four Anaerobic Biodigester Units In Louisville's California Neighborhood   
  • Challenge to EPA Approval of 2013 Kentucky water quality standards for selenium and for preventing eutrophication results in settlement agreement.   
  • Agreed Order Of Judgment Ends Suit Against Boyd County Landfill; Provides Better Control On Future Operations   
  • Scenic Kentucky Challenges Regulations Allowing Electronic Variable Message Billboards  
  • Timber Theft Is Topic Of Interim Committee Meeting   
  • Billboard Regulations Allowing Multiple Message Electronic Billboards And Tree-Cutting In Public Rights-Of-Way Seriously Flawed   
  • KRC Participates In Panel Discussion On EPA's Clean Power Plan At Governor's Conference On The Environment   
  • Statement of KRC Director Tom FitzGerald On Proposed Stream Protection Rule  
  • Remembering Deb Bledsoe  
  • Citizens Challenge 2005 Boyd County Fiscal Court Allowance of 42.9 Million Tons of Waste For Big Run Landfill  
  • KRC questions legality of proposed regulations allowing electronic multi-message billboards, and allowing destruction of trees in public rights of way to improve billboard visibility.   
  • Proposed Settlement in LG&E Rate Case Protects Low-and-Fixed Income Ratepayers; Encourages Energy Efficiency   
  • KRC Comments On Draft Billboard Regulation Revisions  
  • SOME BACKGROUND ON THE UTICA MARCELLUS TEXAS PIPELINE PROJECT   
  • 2015 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: 7th Edition   
  • 2015 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: 6th Edition!   
  • HOUSE BILL 240 WOULD IMPOSE AN UNCONSTITUTIONAL FINANCIAL BARRIER TO ACCESS TO THE COURT OF APPEALS FOR REVIEW OF ZONING DECISIONS   
  • 2015 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: 5th Edition   
  • House Bill 386 Updates Oil and Gas Laws And Extends Protections For Landowners   
  • 2015 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: 4th Edition   
  • AT&T Bills Would Impede, Not Expand, High Speed Rural Broadband Access   
  • Senate Bill 3: 2015 Version of AT&T’s Deregulation Bill Fails To Assure Continued Access To Reliable Basic Phone Service For All Kentuckians   
  • 2015 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: 3rd Edition   
  • 2015 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: 2nd Edition  
  • KRC Testifies In Opposition To AT&T Deregulation Bill  
  • 2015 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching   
  • Senate Bill 3 / House Bill 152: 2015 Version of AT&T’s Deregulation Bill Fails To Assure Continued Access To Reliable Basic Phone Service For All Kentuckians   
  • KRC E-Mail Policy: No Attachments from KRC  Posted: August 30, 2003
    August 26, 2003

    To: KRC Members

    From: Tom FitzGerald

    Here at the Council, we take your e-mail privacy seriously. We attempt to avoid spreading any computer viruses, and never send or forward frivolous messages.

    Due to the recent concerns with virus attachments, KRC will NOT send any attached e-mails to our general mailing list. Instead, as issues or work of interest is generated by KRC, we will send you a message noting that the work has been posted (here) to our website, www.kyrc.org.

    If you receive any message from KRC that claims to have an attachment, or includes a questionable "subject," PLEASE let us know immediately in order that we may take steps to correct the problem.

    Thank you.

    Tom FitzGerald KRC


  • Where to take those old computers and monitors.  Posted: October 17, 2002
    There is an organization in Frankfort that will take old computers, as long as they are Pentium or above, and old printers and monitors. They will fix them, and in turn donate the equipment to needy families. The name of the organization is the Salvation Student Technology Center, 119 West Main Street, Frankfort, KY 40601. The phone number is 502/226-6062.

    Cartridges that contain ink for inkjet printers and toner for laser printers and copying machines are being accepted in Jefferson County at:

    # 595 Hubbards Lane.

    # 3520 Newburg Road.

    # 7219 Dixie Highway (beind the Southwest Government Center).

    # 9300 Whipps Mill Road (behind police station).

    # 7201 Outer Loop (behind the Central Government Center).

    # 10620 W. Manslick Road (behind the police station).

    The Salvation Army of Frankfort will also take some type of gear.


  • KRC has a new office address  Posted: August 18, 2001
    KRC has moved. Our new street address is: 213 St. Clair St. Suite 200. Court Square, Frankfort, 40601. Our mailing address is still the same P. O. Box 1070, 40602.

  • Reflections on the 40th Anniversary of the Kentucky Nature Preserves Commission   Posted: August 30, 2016
    Click the headline to read the reflections of Tom FitzGerald on the occasion of the 40th Anniversary celebration of the Kentucky Nature Preserves Commission, July 21, 2016.
  • The Basics About Avigation Easements  Posted: August 3, 2016
    Click the headline to read the basics about avigation easements!
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We Watched: The Final Edition  Posted: April 19, 2016
    Click the headline to read the final disposition of the environmental, conservation, consumer and general government bills that the Kentucky Resources Council supported, opposed, and tracked during the 2016 General Assembly Regular Session, complete through end of the last legislative day, April 15, 2016.
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: 13th Edition!   Posted: April 2, 2016
    Click the headline to read about the environmental, conservation, consumer and general government bills that the Kentucky Resources Council is supporting, opposing, and tracking during the 2016 General Assembly Regular Session, complete through end of legislative day April 1, 2016.
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: Twelfth Edition!   Posted: March 25, 2016
    Click the headline to read about the environmental, conservation, consumer and general government bills that the Kentucky Resources Council is supporting, opposing, and tracking during the 2016 General Assembly Regular Session, complete through end of legislative day March 25, 2016.
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: Eleventh Edition!   Posted: March 18, 2016
    Click the headline to read about the environmental, conservation, consumer and general government bills that the Kentucky Resources Council is supporting, opposing, and tracking during the 2016 General Assembly Regular Session, complete through end of legislative day March 18, 2016.
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: Tenth Edition!   Posted: March 11, 2016
    Click the headline to read about the environmental, conservation, consumer and general government bills that the Kentucky Resources Council is supporting, opposing, and tracking during the 2016 General Assembly Regular Session, complete through end of legislative day March 11, 2016.
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: Ninth Edition!   Posted: March 4, 2016
    Click the headline to read about the environmental, conservation, consumer and general government bills that the Kentucky Resources Council is supporting, opposing, and tracking during the 2016 General Assembly Regular Session, complete through end of legislative day March 4, 2016.
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: The Eighth Edition!   Posted: February 26, 2016
    Click the headline to read about the environmental, conservation, consumer and general government bills that the Kentucky Resources Council is supporting, opposing, and tracking during the 2016 General Assembly Regular Session, complete through end of legislative day February 26, 2016.
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: Seventh Edition!   Posted: February 19, 2016
    Click the headline to learn more about the environmental, conservation, consumer and general government bills that the Kentucky Resources Council is supporting, opposing, and tracking during the 2016 General Assembly Regular Session, complete through end of legislative day February 19, 2016.
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: Sixth Edition!   Posted: February 12, 2016
    Click on the headline to read about the environmental, conservation, consumer and general government bills that the Kentucky Resources Council is supporting, opposing, and tracking during the 2016 General Assembly Regular Session, complete through end of legislative day February 12, 2016.
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: Fifth Edition!   Posted: February 5, 2016
    Click the headline to read about the environmental, conservation, consumer and general government bills that the Kentucky Resources Council is supporting, opposing, and tracking during the 2016 General Assembly Regular Session, complete through end of legislative day February 5, 2016.
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: Fourth Edition   Posted: January 29, 2016
    Click the headline to read about the environmental, conservation, consumer and general government bills that the Kentucky Resources Council is supporting, opposing, and tracking during the 2016 General Assembly Regular Session, complete through end of legislative day January 29, 2016.
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: The Third Edition   Posted: January 22, 2016
    Click the headline to read about the environmental, conservation, consumer and general government bills that the Kentucky Resources Council is supporting, opposing, and tracking during the 2016 General Assembly Regular Session, complete through end of legislative day January 21, 2016.
  • 2016 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’ll Be Watching: Second Edition!  Posted: January 15, 2016
    Click the headline to read about the environmental, energy, conservation, consumer and general government bills that the Kentucky Resources Council is supporting, opposing, and tracking during the 2016 General Assembly Regular Session, complete through end of legislative day January 15, 2016.
  • 2016 General Assembly in Regular Session: Bills We're Watching: The First Edition!   Posted: January 8, 2016
    Click the headline to read about the bills and resolutions that the Kentucky Resources Council is supporting, opposing, and tracking during the 2016 General Assembly Regular Session, complete through end of legislative day January 8, 2016. The list will be updated each Friday during the session.
  • KRC Statement Opposing Conditional Use Permit For Biodigester   Posted: December 8, 2015
    Click the headline to read KRC's written statement in opposition to the granting of a conditional use permit to allow construction of four anaerobic digesters within 125 feet of residential properties in Louisville's west end California neighborhood. The statement was presented to the Board of Zoning Adjustment at a December 7, 2015 hearing - a second hearing will will be held on January 21, 2016.
  • Challenge to EPA Approval of 2013 Kentucky water quality standards for selenium and for preventing eutrophication results in settlement agreement.   Posted: November 24, 2015
    A settlement agreement between six conservation groups, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Commonwealth of Kentucky and industrial interests, has been submitted for review to the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Kentucky. If approved by the Court, the EPA approval of the 2013 revisions would be remanded back to the EPA for further actions. KRC's Tom FitzGerald was one of several counsel representing the six Plaintiff organizations. To read the Settlement Agreement terms, click the headline.
  • Remembering Deb Bledsoe  Posted: September 4, 2015
    Deb Bledsoe, long-time environmental advocate and former Director of Appalachia-Science In The Public Interest, died today after a long and courageous battle with cancer. In her honor and memory, KRC is reposting a tribute to her on the occasion of her receipt of the Stu Butler Award from Kentucky Heartwood in 2010.
  • 2015 General Assembly Regular Session: Bills We’re Watching: 7th Edition   Posted: March 12, 2015
    Click the headline to read more about the environmental, conservation, consumer and general government bills that the Kentucky Resources Council has been tracking during the 2015 session, complete through end of legislative day March 11, 2015. “Veto days” began today, and the General Assembly will reconvene on March 23rd and adjourn sine die on the 24th.

  • KRC Comments In Opposition To LGE Coal Combustion Waste Landfill   Posted: August 31, 2016
    Cliek the headline to read KRC's preliminary comments opposing the issuance of a draft permit for a special waste landfill to be located near the LG&E Trimble County power plant. A complete copy of the comments with footnotes is available on request to fitzkrc@aol.com.
  • KRC Comments On Proposed Biodigester Zoning Revisions  Posted: August 3, 2016
    Click the headline to read KRC's comments on proposed changes to Metro Louisville's Land Development Code intended to better regulate the siting of anaerobic digestion facilities.
  • Remembering Mary Carol Cooper  Posted: May 19, 2016
    Baba Ram Dass once reflected that “we are all just walking each other home.” We at the Council joined thousands of others in mourning the sudden passing of Mary Carol Cooper, a long-time environmental activist with the Bluegrass Group of the Sierra Club. I asked our friend and colleague Lane Boldman, now the able Director of the Kentucky Conservation Committee and formerly an officer in both the Kentucky and National Sierra Club, to share some thoughts on "walking the path" with Mary Carol. Here’s what she wrote: “I first met Mary Carol Cooper when I became involved in outings through the Bluegrass Group of the Sierra Club. After being on many hikes with new-found friends in the late ‘90s, I found myself perched on a rock at Double Arch in the Red River Gorge with Mary Carol Cooper and others. Mary Carol was the coordinator for Outings, and she was preparing for publishing the Cumberland Chapter Outings Book. I had been hiking with all of these wonderful new friends for several months, and wanted to find a way to contribute, so I offered to help with the book, since I had been working in publishing at the time. Soon after, canoe season started. I was introduced to the world along the banks of the Licking River, at the Wiglesworth farm. Mary Carol Cooper ran many canoe outings along the Licking, most notably her “Gourmet Canoe Trips” where paddlers meandered along the currents for a day in the sun, ending with an evening where folks contributed to a gourmet pot luck, wine, and warm glows. This was not my idea of what “roughing it” was all about. I was hooked. Her trips were not just adventures. Her trips made me feel part of a family. I went on the gourmet canoe trips for many years until the extreme August heat became too much and Mary Carol ‘retired’ that particular outing. Over the years, I participated in many more of her adventures. I particularly looked forward to our annual “Wild Women’s Weekend”, where a dozen of us packed our packs in search of winter hikes, a warm primitive cabin, culinary delights, gossip, card playing, rocking chairs, and a couple decades of memories. It was there during one of those outings where I told my girlfriends I had become engaged to my husband, and Mary Carol immediately asked if she could be the flower girl at the wedding, because “I’ve never gotten to be a flower girl before.” Who could refuse? I could always appreciate that when Mary Carol was on a hike, particularly in the spring, I would never have to worry about being left behind in the shadow of faster hikers. I could always count on Mary Carol taking the time to slow down, stop for flowers, puzzle over ferns and marvel over lichen, teaching the other participants on how to identify each one along the way. Teaching was her greatest strength. Ever the steady hand, Mary Carol performed just about every volunteer job one could think of in her Sierra Club work. Outings chair, Secretary, Biodiversity Chair, Fundraising Chair…she was the one person who never stepped in to the world of personal politics and conflict. Everyone loved Mary Carol. That is why her sudden departure created such a chasm. During our last Wild Women’s Weekend, she was just as warm and loving as always. I was greeted with hugs as though we had not seen each other for ages, although it had only been a few weeks. We are so fortunate to have people like Mary Carol in our lives, because they are what makes the path worth traveling." Thank you for sharing these thoughts from the heart, Lane. Godspeed on your journey home, Mary Carol. You have been a “catalyst for good” and we are better for having known you.
  • KRC Director Presents Sustainability Lecture At Centre College   Posted: April 27, 2016
    Click the headline to read the text of the Earth Day Convocation, "Margaret Mead Was Right!," Presented on April 21, 2016.
  • KRC Opposes Proposed Constitutional Amendment Giving Legislative Committees Veto Power Over Regulations   Posted: March 11, 2016
    Click the headline to read KRC's letter to Senators Schroder and Bowen, opposing Senate Bill 244, a proposed constitutional amendment that would give a legislative committee the power to veto administrative regulations.
  • KRC Opposes Second Bill To Lift Nuclear Plant Moratorium   Posted: March 4, 2016
    Click the headline to read the Council's letter to Rep. Gerald Watkins opposing the lifting of the nuclear plant construction ban for areas within 50 miles of facilities once used for nuclear manufacturing.
  • Remembering Two Who Made A Difference   Posted: February 27, 2016
    We pause to remember two individuals who, each in their own distinct way, made a significant difference in the lives of Kentuckians and the health of the Commonwealth's environment. We learned from Kay Harker that Don Harker, former Director of the Kentucky Divisions of Water and Waste Management and long-time advocate for environmental health and justice, and of the public's right to be involved in environmental decisions, passed away this week. Kay wrote that "Don Harker, former director of the Environmental Quality Commission, Division of Water and Division of Waste Management suffered a massive heart attack on Tuesday. Several procedures were performed, but it was determined that his heart was not providing an adequate blood supply to his body and brain. Yesterday after a Navajo prayer about walking in beauty, he was removed from life support. Surrounded by his children, grandchildren and long time companion Sherrie Arsennault, he peacefully left this world. A great warrior fighting for protection of the environment has left us." We will long remember Don's unflinching advocacy for the environment and the public, and his principled stands against LWD, Ashland, and other polluters. He was indeed a warrior, and we are the better for his life's work. We also learned that Cheryl Messenger died this week. Elizabeth Schmitz, Director of the Kentucky Environmental Education Council, wrote this tribute to Cheryl: "Cheryl Messenger, the Director of Education at Mammoth Cave National Park, recently passed away after a courageous battle with cancer. Cheryl was a wonderful person, and a mentor to many educators at the park as well as across Kentucky. She was an inspiring leader in the field of environmental education, and shared the environmental education innovations happening in Kentucky with her network of colleagues at national parks across the country. Cheryl served on the board of the Kentucky Association for Environmental Education for many years and was currently serving as Vice Chair of the Kentucky Environmental Education Council. Every day, she focused on the joys of supporting teachers, students, and families in getting outside to explore their local environment, and helping them learn to be good stewards of the environment. Cheryl always had a smile and cheerful greeting for everyone she met. She will be greatly missed. Donations in memory of Cheryl can be made to the Friends of Mammoth Cave National Park." In honor and memory of Don and of Cheryl, we at the Council rededicate ourselves to the unfinished work of restoring reason and justice to environmental and energy policies in the Commonwealth.
  • SB 89 Would Lift Kentucky Moratorium On New Nuclear Plants   Posted: February 26, 2016
    Click the headline to read KRC's letter to the sponsor of SB 89, Sen. Danny Carroll, explaining the reasons why KRC opposes the lifting of the current moratorium on construction of new nuclear power plants absent a permanent waste disposal strategy. The bill passed out of Senate Committee and is pending a vote before the full Senate.
  • Bill Would Impose Appeal Bond On Appeals To Court of Appeals In Planning And Zoning Cases  Posted: February 26, 2016
    Click the headline to read KRC's analysis of House Bill 490, sponsored by Representative Jerry Miller, which would impose a financial obstacle to appeals to the Court of Appeals from Circuit Court in planning and zoning cases. KRC vigorously opposes the imposition of a bond that would be forfeit if an Appellant lost the appeal, even though the appeal had merit.
  • Effort To Expand Net Metering in Kentucky Stalls  Posted: February 26, 2016
    Click the headline to learn more about the opposition of the electric utilities in Kentucky to efforts to expand opportunities for net metering and distributed solar energy. After a year or more of effort by Senator Morgan McGarvey and solar energy advocates, utility refusal to recognize the benefits of net metering to the utility and other customers has thwarted meaningful progress towards expanding availability of net-metering beyond residential-scale installations.
  • In Memory Of A Courageous Advocate  Posted: January 21, 2016
    It is with sadness that the Council reports that long-time environmental health and justice advocate Corinne Whitehead of Benton, Kentucky, died on Sunday, January 17, 2016 at age 92. Corinne was the second recipient of the Sue Anne Salmon Award, which the Board of KRC approved with these words: "This award is given annually in memory and honor of Sue Anne Salmon to a person who, like Sue Anne, has patterned courage, tenacity, grace, and love of others, in her life and life’s work. The Board of the Kentucky Resources Council is proud to bestow this second Sue Anne Salmon Community Advocacy Award upon Corinne Whitehead, who through her many advocacy efforts as founder of the Coalition for Health Concern, has demonstrated principled and courageous effort for the betterment of community and the environment, and in particular for greater accountability in the generation, management, and disposal of hazardous wastes in our air, land, and waters." Council staff member Becky Raff noted on the occasion of Corinne's death that "She possessed the strength and determination to take on the big guys in Calvert City so many years ago. She truly was a pioneer in the environmental community in Kentucky." In Corinne's memory and honor, we at the Council rededicate ourselves to the unfinished work of restoring reason and justice to Kentucky's environmental policies.
  • KRC Supplemental Comments On Proposed Anaerobic Digester Project   Posted: January 8, 2016
    Prior to the announcement on January 7, 2016 by Star Energy that the biodigester plant proposed for 17th and Maple Streets in Louisville had been abandoned, KRC had researched the setbacks required in Germany and England; two nations identified by the project proponents as examples of the success of AD units. Click the headline to read the testimony that would have been presented on January 21, 2016, reflecting that for a plant the size of that proposed here, England would require a minimum setback from residences of 656 feet, and Germany, 984 feet. The proposed and now abandoned 17th and Maple project would have been a mere 120 feet from the nearest residence.
  • An Alternative To The Star Energy/Heaven Hill Anaerobic Digester Proposal   Posted: January 8, 2016
    Click the headline to read KRC's brief proposal, presented previously to local officials and Star Energy, on more appropriate siting of an Anaerobic Digestion Plant.
  • Looking Back On KRC's Work In 2015  Posted: December 29, 2015
    As we turn to the new year, we pause to look back on 2015 and the Council's work. We are ever grateful to the friends and members of the Council who give of their time and resources to help advance our common goal of restoring environmental health and justice. Click the headline to read more about the Council in 2015.
  • 2016 Kentucky General Assembly In Regular Session: Bills We're Tracking - The Prefiled Edition  Posted: December 22, 2015
    Click the headline to read about the bills prefiled for the 2016 Session that KRC will be tracking.
  • As Others See KRC 2015  Posted: December 8, 2015
    As we wind down the calendar year, we share some notes we've received from KRC members, friends, and those whom KRC has helped during 2015. Click the headline to see "How Others See Us"
  • KRC Opposes Location of Four Anaerobic Biodigester Units In Louisville's California Neighborhood   Posted: December 2, 2015
    Click the headline to read the Council's position paper on the proposed biodigester units in Louisville's west end California neighborhood.
  • Agreed Order Of Judgment Ends Suit Against Boyd County Landfill; Provides Better Control On Future Operations   Posted: November 24, 2015
    The settlement of a lawsuit filed by the Citizens of Boyd County Environmental Coalition against River Cities Disposal, the Energy and Environment Cabinet, and the Boyd County Fiscal Court, will end shipment of wastes by rail in June 2016 and will provide better controls on the landfill operation, resulting in a reduction of the odors that have plagued residents living near the landfill. Click the headline to read the terms and conditions of the agreement, which was filed in and approved by the Boyd Circuit Court today.
  • Scenic Kentucky Challenges Regulations Allowing Electronic Variable Message Billboards  Posted: November 12, 2015
    Click the headline to read the text of a complaint filed in Franklin Circuit Court on behalf of Scenic Kentucky by KRC, seeking a declaration that the regulations adopted by the Kentucky Department of Transportation allowing multiple message electronic billboards and removal of trees in public rights-of-way in order to improve visibility of billboards.
  • Timber Theft Is Topic Of Interim Committee Meeting   Posted: October 5, 2015
    Click the headline to read KRC's written testimony on the difficulties faced by victims of timber theft in finding justice, and our recommendations going forward.
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