KY Main Street

On Thursday, Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman and officials from the Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet gathered at the Capitol in Frankfort to honor more than a dozen Kentucky Main Street communities and business leaders. Lt. Gov. Coleman said in a news release, “I understand just how important these areas are to our rural communities. For five generations, my family owned and operated Coleman Lumber Yard in downtown Harrodsburg. The Kentucky Main Street program was created in 1979 to reverse economic decline in central business districts through historic preservation and redevelopment of commercial buildings.

Source: MG News

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