Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin will be in Elizabethtown tomorrow morning with other members of the Republican ticket. Governor Bevin will be holding a meet and greet at the Elizabethtown Shoneys at 8 AM. This comes prior to the November 8th election where Bevin will go up against Attorney General Andy Beshear, who visited Elizabethtown last week.
Governor Matt Bevin along with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced yesterday that the I-65 to I-71 regional connector planning study is moving forward without the proposed routes that would have gone through Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest property. Officials with Bernheim hope this momentum carries over to the proposed natural gas pipeline that would cut through conservation lands. For more information regarding Bernheim’s legal struggles, visit their website, bernheim.org.
Elizabethtown Community and Technical College has selected the recipients for their 14th annual Distinguished Alumni Program honorees. ECTC will celebrate Todd Edlin, Dr. Nicholas Bennett Gonzalez, Rev. Jin Ming Ma, David Pace, Gina Ryan, and Kendra Scott at the Profiles of Excellence dinner at ECTC on November 14th.
The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office laid out plans for mobile tax collection scheduled to begin next month. On Monday November 11, from 9:30 to 11:30 AM officials will be at the Radcliff Fire Department, then at the Vine Grove Fire Department from 12:00 to 2:00 PM, then finally at West Point City Hall from 2:30 to 4:00 PM. City of Elizabethtown taxes will be collected this year as well, and will be part of the Hardin County tax bill.
The Hardin County Clerk’s Office is reminding those who will not be in town, or are otherwise unable to make it to a polling location, that absentee voting is underway. Those who think they may need absentee voting should call the County Clerk’s office to ensure they qualify. Voters can review their registration by visiting govoteky.com.