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00:00:01 - Husband's involvement in Taylor Mill

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Partial Transcript: This is Gena Forsyth contu--conducting an interview with Kathleen Egger on October 25th, 2017 for the City of Taylor Mill, Kentucky City Stories Oral History Project.

Segment Synopsis: Kathleen Egger is introduced. She talks about moving to Taylor Mill in 1948 after marrying her husband. She talks briefly about their life in Taylor Mill, her husband's connection to the town, and his role in its development.

Keywords: 1948; Builders; Carol Drive; Cherokee Plaza; Children; Family; Hometowns; Husbands; Incorporated; Keeney subdivision; Married; Meadow Lane; Sunny Acres

Subjects: Community development; Economic development--Kentucky; Families.; Taylor Mill (Ky.)

00:02:16 - Taylor Mill before development

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Partial Transcript: So what kept you in Taylor Mill?

Segment Synopsis: Egger talks about what Taylor Mill was like before development began.

Keywords: Bus lines; Businesses; Chairman of the board; Cincinnati (Ohio); Small towns; Water trucks; Winston Park

Subjects: Communities.; Community development; Country life; Economic development--Kentucky; Families.; Rural conditions; Rural roads; Taylor Mill (Ky.)

00:04:26 - Activities in Taylor Mill

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Partial Transcript: So you raised your children in Taylor Mill?

Segment Synopsis: Egger talks about putting together a baseball team for the children of Taylor Mill and mentions a few other activities available in town.

Keywords: Activities; Baseball; Bingo; Children; Farms; Home; Land; Property; Surveys

Subjects: Communities.; Country life; Families.; Kentucky--Social life and customs; Rural conditions; Taylor Mill (Ky.)

00:06:19 - Development and changes in Taylor Mill

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Partial Transcript: What do you think of the new Pride Parkway and the development in the districts?

Segment Synopsis: Egger talks about some of the changes that have occurred in Taylor Mill since she moved there in 1948. She talks about the town's development, including the creation of Pride Park and the city's upcoming 60th anniversary.

Keywords: Businesses; Changes; Children; Citizen groups; Friends; Opinions; Pride Park; Pride Parkway; Residents; Sixtieth anniversary

Subjects: Communities.; Community development; Country life; Economic development--Kentucky; Families.; Rural conditions; Rural roads; Taylor Mill (Ky.)

00:09:04 - Her family and Taylor Mill

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Partial Transcript: And I, I want to ask you, since you're so familiar with the history of Taylor Mill, do you remember the actual mill in Taylor Mill?

Segment Synopsis: Egger says that her mother-in-law could remember when the mill existed in Taylor Mill. She talks about her husband and children.

Keywords: Businesses; Children; Community development; Daughters; Economic development; Family; Husbands; Mills; Mother-in-law; Sons

Subjects: Families.; Taylor Mill (Ky.)

00:10:46 - City Building and city services in Taylor Mill

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Partial Transcript: What's your fondest memory about the city?

Segment Synopsis: Egger recalls the dedication of the Taylor Mill City Building. She talks about the quality of emergency services in Taylor Mill.

Keywords: Activities; Ambulance drivers; City Building; City services; Dedications; Driving; Emergency services; Events; Fondest memories; Public services; Volunteering; Women

Subjects: Communities.; Community development; Country life; Economic development--Kentucky; Rural conditions; Taylor Mill (Ky.); Volunteers

00:12:37 - Taylor Mill community / More on city services

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Partial Transcript: What do you think makes Taylor Mill stand out above other cities?

Segment Synopsis: Egger discusses the close-knit community of Taylor Mill. She talks more about the progress the town has made and talks more about the quality of emergency and other city services. The interview is concluded.

Keywords: Baseball; Children; City services; Close-knit communities; Emergency services; Families; Family; Friends; Generations; Help; Husbands; Longevity; Police; Progress; Proud; Public services; Self-sufficient; Snow removal; Taxes; Volunteering

Subjects: Communities.; Community development; Country life; Economic development--Kentucky; Rural conditions; Taylor Mill (Ky.); Volunteers