Florence, KY - Gerner & Kearns participated in Preservation Kentucky's Tour 120, a statewide heritage tourism program launched to raise awareness of the importance of historic preservation to Kentucky's communities and raise funds to help nonprofits that preserve, manage and showcase them. The program took place on Saturday-Sunday, May 18-19, 2019 during National Historical Preservation Month and included tours of historic residential, commercial and public buildings on the same days throughout the state to make a large impact on the public. Newport featured 2 sites including the Mansion Home of General James Taylor, founder of Newport in 1795, now a law office for Gerner & Kearns and Southgate Street School.
David Gerner, Founder and Managing Partner of Gerner & Kearns law firm is very passionate about the history of the General James Taylor Mansion, preserving and sharing it with others. On Sunday May 19, 2019 Gerner & Kearns opened the General James Taylor Mansion at 335 East Third Street, Newport, KY to the public for tours from noon to four o'clock.
"I think of myself as a steward of the Mansion preserving it for future generations and those who wish to enjoy its beauty, grandeur and history," said David Gerner.
For more information, please visit http://preservationkentucky.org/campbell-county/
About Gerner & Kearns Law Firm - Founded over 32 years ago, Gerner & Kearns Co., L.P.A., has evolved into a multi-practice boutique law firm with offices in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. Service areas include Real Estate Title & Closing for residential, commercial and industrial properties, Creditors Rights including Loss Mitigation, Foreclosure, Bankruptcy, Eviction, REO, Collections, Recovery and Replevin, Dispute Resolution and Litigation, Business Law and Probate and Estate Planning.