DescriptionIn this interview, Woodrow Wilson, a Metcalfe County native, discusses his public service experiences, which began with a school board appointment and continued once he was elected to County Judge in 1965. Interview topics include the Judicial Referendum and its changes to the judicial system, county politics, such as tax referendums to support ambulance and library services, county roads and recreation maintenance, revenue sharing, and a county industry analysis. Additional conversations discuss his job duties, the typical day in the life of a Judge Executive, and his future political ambitions.
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Funding SourceProject Funded by the Kentucky Oral History Commission