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The Kentucky Post Publishes Daniel Boone Parkway Renaming Editorial
Posted: 18-Aug-2003 3:48PM CDT

The Kentucky Post has published another editorial concerning the renaming of the Daniel Boone Parkway: Kentucky Post: Forgetting a hero (Aug. 7, 2003) [Outside Link]

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Comment posted by ROBERT RIEDFORT on 25-Aug-2003 1:06AM CDT
PLEASE.....PLEASE...PUT THOSE DANIEL BOONE PARKWAY SIGNS BACK UP. EVERY SCHOOL CHILD KNOWS THE CONTRIBUTION THIS EARLIEST OF KENTUCKIANS MADE TO OUR GREAT STATE. THIS HAS BEEN A VERY SAD AFFAIR.
 
Comment posted by Sue Koplowitz on 27-Aug-2003 10:25AM CDT
Congressman Rogers is paid $150,000 base salary. In the past 4 years Congress has voted themselves a 4% pay raise each year. In fact, the pay raise is automatic unless Congress votes it down. He is paid very well by our tax dollars for his services.

Daniel Boone is a legend. He did so much more for Kentucky for so much less. What next, renaming the Daniel Boone National Forest to the Hal Rogers National Forest?

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Comment posted by Nancy Burns Edwards on 28-Aug-2003 6:30PM CDT
It is not just the Boone Relatives that are furious about the changing of the Daniel Boone Pkwy name. As a native Kentuckian, I am appalled and wonder what Gov. Patton could possibly be thinking of to even suggest such an idiotic idea. Must not have been thinking ....AT ALL
Louie Nunn should be commended for his suggestion. He is a true Kentuckian.
 
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