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County Connection: Proximity to Frankfort, Lexington and Louisville a key asset for Anderson County

12/13/2017 05:21 PM

LAWRENCEBURG – Anderson County is in a location where, despite it’s primarily rural setting, residents can reach Frankfort, Lexington and Louisville in less than an hour. Anderson County was established in 1827 from land given by Franklin, Mercer, and Washington counties. The county named for Richard Clough Anderson, Jr., a Kentucky legislator and U.S. Congressman. The county seat of Lawrenceburg is located 13 miles from Frankfort, 30 miles from Lexington and 50 miles from Louisville. Obrey Gritton, who has served a judge-executive since... Read more 

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