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Neuspickel retires from animal control

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By Becky Barnes

After 19 years as Harrison County’s animal control officer, Jeff Neuspickel is retiring.

Members of the fiscal court hosted a retirement reception for Neuspickel prior to Tuesday’s court meeting.

“I appreciate all the court has done,” Neuspickel said as he was presented a plaque.

In other business, the court:

•Heard Magistrate Bradley Copes ask that a resolution be adopted giving support of the Cynthiana City Commission’s stand on getting a new skateboard park.


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