Friday, October 16, 2009

Closed meeting in Guthrie

This information came too late for last week's newspaper, but the City of Guthrie had a closed session during its regular meeting to discuss the possible acquisition of land.

Could this mean there has finally been a budge on the Kentucky side of the border when it comes to a big factory? To be honest, this couldn't come at a better time for Todd County — even if it is a small factory — the unemployment has held steady at around 13 percent for months.

This could be the first boost to come directly from Hemlock Semiconductors being located right across the border...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope it means something....but I've heard nothing.

11:59 PM, October 18, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I be very shock and surprise if any businesses decide to locate in guthrie-ky area of todd county-ky.Guthrie-ky has no services to offer any new business , no good cell telephone service , no good high speed internet service carriers for guthrie-ky and todd county-ky.

3:18 AM, October 21, 2009  
Blogger Cop1 said...

Anonymous, Get your facts straight. Guthrie has great high speed internet service and our property values are going to far exceed that in elkton. I give Guthrie 10 years, and It will double the size of elkton with population and economically.

5:48 PM, January 12, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

guthrie has high speed internet but i do agree and the no signal for cell phones. install an antania so we can get service!

10:50 AM, January 14, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what factory is coming to guthrie and what are thier products> how many people will they hire?where does a person apply?

10:52 AM, January 14, 2010  

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