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Getting to Know Our Neighbors in Oldham & Shelby Counties

Monday, August 3, 2009
Getting to Know Our Neighbors in Oldham & Shelby Counties

One of only eighteen counties in the state to be classified as “moist” (a dry county with a wet city), the first county in the state to have a no kill animal shelter and known as the “Saddlebred Capital of the World,” Shelby County boasts a motto of “Good Land, Good Living, Good People.” The wealthiest county in the state, Oldham County is experiencing rapid growth, already preparing for the 2010 primary for county offices and dealing with some murky water quality issues. Oldham and Shelby counties may be considered the “bedroom communities” of Louisville, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t work there to be done during the day. So, what’s new with our neighbors to the east? Join us on Monday on Oldham and Shelby counties.

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