Listings for alcohol abuse treatment in New Haven, Kentucky
New Haven is a home rule-class city in Nelson County, Kentucky, United States. The population was 849 at 2000 census.
New Haven was founded as “Pottenger’s Landing” in 1781, but was renamed New Haven in 1819 by Samuel Pottenger Jr. for the Connecticut town. It was incorporated as a city in 1839, with Silvester Johnson as the first elected city manager. In 1856, the Louisville and Nashville Railroad reached the town, virtually ending what had been a thriving flat-boating trade on the Rolling Fork River. The railroad purchased Pottenger’s original landing, and it was demolished to make room for the roadbed and a bridge.
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