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About 100 people attended the listening session to talk about what they saw as Campbellsville’s and Taylor County’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. Above, from left to right, Betty Jane-Gorin, Sharon Hoskins-Sanders, Chris Kidwell and Calen McKinney map out what they would like to see in Campbellsville.
Citizens share feelings on community

Roughly 100 people filled the main room of the Campbellsville Civic Center on Thursday night to talk about what they saw as the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.

Many community members said the city and county should work harder to keep young people from moving away. The community also needs a better-trained workforce, people said.

The city and county both have many strengths, among them a friendly people, the city lake and Green River Lake, reasonable tax rates, historical monuments, Campbellsville University and a temperate climate.

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