In this interview, A. G. Pritchett, a Henderson County native, comments on his family, education, and a Henderson County political career that began with 12 years as Magistrate, and continued with 7 years of judicial service. He discusses the changes in his duties under the Judicial Referendum, the condition of county roads and bridges, and, the problematic waste, ambulance, hospital, and fire services in the county. Pritchett also comments extensively on county agriculture, a pressing need for a county animal shelter, and the county tax and revenue sharing structures.
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