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Where is Wisteria Court?Posted Wednesday, August 15, 2007, at 7:20 AM
We received an e-mail at the T-G from a potential yard sale customer trying to find Wisteria Court.
John Carney, who along with local police and post office workers is unfamiliar with the street, passed the e-mail on to me. I got a copy of the latest county map and Wisteria Court's not on it.
All we know is that this Wisteria Court has no connection with Wisteria Lane on "Desperate Housewives."
The T-G classified ad for the yard sale lists Wisteria Court under "northside", meaning north of Shelbyville.
Being a local native, I've been familiar with practically every road in the city and county until the recent spurt of new subdivisions. I like to be knowledgeable of our area and wanted to help a customer.
So I spent part of Tuesday afternoon riding through several subdivisions just north of Shelbyville off Midland Road, U.S. 231 and Fairfield Pike. No luck.
Here's where you can help us out. If you're familiar with Wisteria Court, please let us know where it is. (And it'll probably end up being in a totally familiar place we've all driven by and never noticed...)
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David Melson is a copy editor and staff writer for the Times-Gazette.
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