While Curt Morrison raises a couple legitimate concerns about the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s $8.3 million purchase of the Drumanard Estate:
There is no evidence that I have seen that the Soterion Corporation actually exists for any purpose than to hold this asset.
On a contract for $8.3 million dollars, when a different representative shows up to sign, why not edit the document and reprint it?
The Soterion Corporation is taking the chandeliers.
Of course, the historic Drumanard Estate has a cell phone tower on the property which was approved by the Kentucky Public Service Commission. We’re putting a tunnel beneath an estate to preserve it’s integrity but this Commission has no problem with a cellphone tower there.
We can’t help but focus on the underhanded and borderline secretive shenanigans that are merely being glossed over.
In what world would an allegedly historic property sell for $8.3 million to a state government without light fixtures?
Maybe the KYTC will find an Amish buyer for the home.
Just for poops and giggles, have fun digging through the entire KYTC contract:
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