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Dispute may force Ghent to name board

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By Sharon Graves

GHENT, Ky. – The Ghent City Commission met in special session Thursday, Oct. 9,  to decide on a variance request by Gary and Cheryl Nohner.

By the end of the meeting, they discovered they had no jurisdiction in the matter.

An attorney for a property owners Wayne and Diane Young cited in the Kentucky Revised Statutes that as a legislative body, the commission can only enact zoning and land-use ordinances.


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