Few in Hardin County sad to see 127-year-old jail gone
David Cline of New Albany gathers bricks from the Hardin County jail in Kenton. Cline, who grew up next to the jail and played in it as a boy, plans to use the bricks in a walkway at his home.
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#1 Feb 8, 2013
I for one am no angle but I can say I never was placed in that jail for any thing. I have only been in the front door once. I think that Hardin Co. should have repaired the building and turned it into a museum of crime. Charge a entrance fee to the public. I understand that Hardin Co don't have money but in the long run it would have been a money maker and also opened up at least 3 or 4 jobs into the community.
#5 Feb 11, 2013
Does anyone know what they will use the property for?
#7 Feb 18, 2013
Another historcal building bulldozed for a parking lot. Why didnt the historical museum look into saving it?
#9 Feb 19, 2013
I heard they are putting a park there
#10 May 22, 2013
Why would they put a park there? My guess is it will sit empty, or St. Johns will turn it into another parking lot for their growing flock of slothful, hypocritical sheep.
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