Lynch will stay in interconnect project

Lynch will stay in interconnect project

There are 7 comments on the Harlan Daily Enterprise story from Jun 25, 2011, titled Lynch will stay in interconnect project. In it, Harlan Daily Enterprise reports that:

The road once again looks paved for an interconnection of the water systems in the Tri-Cities. The project's controlling board on Thursday voted to let the chairman have the right to vote.

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Just stupid

Somerset, KY

#1 Jun 25, 2011
Who really cares? I know the people after coal tax do, but if they join Virginia after that, who cares? Small cities will be joined, and noting anyone can do. They have no money!!!!!!!
McSwine

Winchester, KY

#2 Jun 25, 2011
Just stupid wrote:
Who really cares? I know the people after coal tax do, but if they join Virginia after that, who cares? Small cities will be joined, and noting anyone can do. They have no money!!!!!!!
I'll tell you who cares!(and which testicle will you be betting this time?)... most of the citizens of Benham and Lynch who want
to continue working, living and raising their families here need
the assurance of an adequate water supply. As far as "we all join
Virginia".... why, when and how will this come to pass? I haven't the faintest idea to what you are referring. Possibly you might
enlighten us on said subject in your next post.
hoogee

Lexington, KY

#3 Jun 25, 2011
McSwine wrote:
<quoted text>
I'll tell you who cares!(and which testicle will you be betting this time?)... most of the citizens of Benham and Lynch who want
to continue working, living and raising their families here need
the assurance of an adequate water supply. As far as "we all join
Virginia".... why, when and how will this come to pass? I haven't the faintest idea to what you are referring. Possibly you might
enlighten us on said subject in your next post.
they gonna run a water line from virginia to benham through lynch mountain, at a cost of 275 million dollars, work is scheduled to begin in spring of 2012, it will take aprox. 3 yrs to complete and could employ as many as 1500 people....so there u go, u will have water and some good temporary jobs.
BUTTMAN

Harrison, AR

#5 Jun 25, 2011
bullman wrote:
THATS THE BIGGEST LIE YOU HAVE TOLD. FAG!! THE 1500 PEOPLE IF SO YOU WILL SUCK THEM DRY SUCKNUT!!
I AGREE
McSwine

Winchester, KY

#6 Jun 25, 2011
hoogee wrote:
<quoted text>they gonna run a water line from virginia to benham through lynch mountain, at a cost of 275 million dollars, work is scheduled to begin in spring of 2012, it will take aprox. 3 yrs to complete and could employ as many as 1500 people....so there u go, u will have water and some good temporary jobs.
And just where would someone find verification of these profound
proclamations? It's nice to see a post from you without all of the
usual profane and filthy language in capital letters (which I've
heard denotes "screaming")... would enjoy seeing more of the same.
Just stupid

Somerset, KY

#10 Jun 25, 2011
Well Benham and Lynch are done as cities. I mean, no business, mostly old people that don't use much water or electricity. No grants are available for water and sewage anymore.
McSwine

Winchester, KY

#11 Jun 25, 2011
Just stupid wrote:
Well Benham and Lynch are done as cities. I mean, no business, mostly old people that don't use much water or electricity. No grants are available for water and sewage anymore.
Don't be so ready to "stick your fork" in Benham and Lynch...they
are far from done, and where in the world did you ever get the idea
that "old people" don't use as much water and electricity as the
younger generation? Probably from the same reliable source that
told you there were no more grants.I have no idea where you are
getting all of your "information", but if you continue to believe
it.... I'd say you're "living up to your name".

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