In this interview, Charlie Sutton discusses the various public offices and service positions he has held, which include Georgetown City Council service, Scott County Sheriff and both the County Judge and Judge Executive offices. Sutton prefers the changes that resulted from the Judicial Referendum, however he also concludes additional judges are required. Other interview topics include Scott County problems of rapid population growth, infrastructure issues, and the advantages of revenue sharing.
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