DescriptionRobert Harrod, a Franklin County native, relates his experiences as a lawyer, County Judge and County Judge Executive in this interview. Interview topics include his family, education, his predecessor and the embezzlement case he faced, the Fiscal Court, House Bill #44, local industry, and Revenue Sharing. He also coments on Franklin County citizens' feelings of being "slighted" by state government, local recreation, planning and zoning, and former governors Carroll and Weatherby. Generally, Harrod comments extensively on the challenges that a "fast paced
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