Villa Hills City Council did not vote to endorse HR-763, Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act.
Jesse Brewer is a Boone County commissioner
We forget everything. It makes us prey to fools. Time erases the promises, the insults, pretty much everything.
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Now, it’s time for a final good-bye.
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