In the News


Handicap Parking

Most of us have probably experienced a sense of aggravation when we go to a store or restaurant and see people who appear to be specimens of good health parking in the handicap spots close to the store or restaurant.  Some of those individuals are not handicapped and do not have a handicap sticker or […]


Burning Laws

Kentucky’s open burning laws can be very confusing because of the various agencies that have laws covering open burning.  Those agencies include the Division for Air Quality, the Division of Waste Management, the Division of Forestry and local ordinances.  In general, open burning is prohibited because of contamination of the air, contamination of drinking water, […]


What’s Happening – Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence has been covered extensively by the news media over the past several months.  I though some information and law about Domestic Violence may be helpful. Kentucky law defines “domestic violence and abuse” as the occurrence of one or more of the following acts between “family members” or “members of an unmarried couple:” (1) […]


Graduated Driver’s License

With the new year upon us, I thought it may be helpful to provide everyone with some information on Graduated Driver’s Licenses. In Kentucky, you can get a permit to drive once you have turned 16 years old.  To obtain the permit, a person must take a written knowledge test, a vision test and provide […]


Dog Regulations

Due to the great deal of people who have dogs in the County, an article concerning State and local regulations about the keeping of dogs may be helpful. State law requires every owner to have his dog vaccinated for rabies by the age of four (4) months and revaccinated one (1) year after the initial […]