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1102 Paris Rd. Suite 2
Mayfield, KY 42066

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RE:  Groundbreaking Event/New Graves County Administrative Building (Courthouse) groundbreaking and photo rendering event scheduled.

The Graves County Judge Executive’s Office is pleased to announce that a groundbreaking event has been scheduled for December 11th, 2023 at 2:30 PM (CST) located at the site of the previous Graves County Courthouse, 101 East South Street, Mayfield, KY 42066.

Graves County resident Susan Scott Higdon will emcee the event.  During the event, those that lost their lives during the December 10th, 2021 tornado will be honored.  Details of the new Graves County Administrative Building will be discussed as well as a rendering will be unveiled, with a ceremonial groundbreaking to follow.

Everyone is invited to attend this event that will be held rain or shine.  Light refreshments will also be available.

We are excited as we begin a new chapter for Graves County and would appreciate everyone in joining us on this historical day.

Graves County Fiscal Court

Judge Executive – Jesse Perry

Commissioner – Todd Hayden

Commissioner – Tyler Goodman

Commissioner – Bubba Winfrey

Regular Scheduled Graves County Fiscal Court meetings will be the 2nd Monday of each month at 1:00 PM, and the 4th Monday of each month at 9:00 AM. The meetings will be held at the Purchase Area Development District, 1002 Medical Drive, Mayfield, KY 42066.

About Graves County

In the very heart of the Jackson Purchase, in far western Kentucky, close to where the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers flow together is one of the largest counties in Kentucky:  Graves County.  Named after Major Benjamin Franklin Graves, a member of Kentucky’s General Assembly and Major in the War of 1812.  Major Graves committed his life to agricultural pursuits, which the county clings to even today.

Industrial growth was substantial throughout most of the twentieth century.  Boasting state of the art school systems, nationally recognized infrastructure, post-secondary education opportunities close to home and exceptional healthcare, Graves County offers a low cost of living with a high quality of life.

Graves County is rich in heritage, creativity and diversity.  We offer opportunities in the arts, a rich history including politics as well as Civil War battle sites; agricultural heritage abundant in tobacco, row crops, dairy and poultry.  Graves’ history of legends and leaders includes a United States Vice-President, four United States Congressmen, famous and infamous heroes, singers, songwriters, and noted writers.

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