At the end of the ride, the first 200 participants will receive a free T-shirt, redbud seedlings and the chance to win other gifts and prizes. The ride will be held rain or shine. Proceeds from the ride will go toward the Redbud Trails Program. For more information, visit www.tourseky.com.
Water supervisor grateful for patience
HARRODSBURG — Walter Bottoms, supervisor of the Harrodsburg water treatment plant, thanks water customers for their patience during the city’s recent boil-water advisories.
“We would rather cause a little interruption by issuing a boil-water advisory than to deal with an outbreak of sickness by taking a chance and not issuing one. Our goal is to protect every citizen’s water supply and provide a clean, safe drinking water,” Bottoms said.
The city is preparing to expand its water treatment plant, and recent work on a clear well resulted in the possibility of the drinking water becoming contaminated.
“I appreciate everybody’s patience,” Bottoms said. “We don’t like to inconvenience anyone, but there is no way I’m letting one drop of water out of here that might not be safe.”
No additional work is scheduled on water lines at this time.
Bottoms invites anyone who would like to be added to the notification list to send a request to: email@example.com.
Danville-Boyle County Airport Board — 7 p.m. Thursday at the airport to discuss general business.
Danville Citizens Committee — 8:30 a.m. Thursday at city hall for a¿special called meeting to discuss the city manager recruitment process.
Garrard County Fiscal Court special meeting — 9 a.m. Thursday at the E.O.C. office, 319 Stanford St. in Lancaster. Items on the agenda include: domestic violence program; salt bids; and executive session.