Jessamine County top photos of 2018

Published 10:24 am Thursday, January 3, 2019

County courthouse late one April afternoon in response to the Kentucky Senate’s approval of SB 151.

In June, Jessamine County announced it was well on its way to offering the community its first ever all-inclusive playground for children and adults of all abilities. In November, city officials gathered at the City County Park for a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of the new Kendyl and Friends All Inclusive Playground, offering children of all abilities a place to come and play.

ABOVE LEFT: Resident’s gathered in May at a Tuesday fiscal court meeting to hear allegations against Jessamine County magistrates who are rumored to have held an illegal private quorum earlier in the month where John Slugantz, who has served on the board of adjustments for the past three years, was voted not to be reappointed to his previous position.  ABOVE RIGHT: In November, many gathered at Camp Nelson for the announcement of its designation as the first national monument in the state of Kentucky.

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