Tuesday, August 23, 2011 at 3:42 am (Updated: August 23, 4:24 am)
Beginning this week, Hardin County United will make formal presentations to local governments on the subject of unification. The informal organization’s volunteer members also have about two dozen presentations scheduled before civic clubs and community organizations.
The challenge before them is significant. It was sharply defined when the Radcliff City Council took a stand against the idea before an appointment could be scheduled for a formal presentation.
It appears unity can be a divisive topic.
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