Jack Sims, a Louisville native, discusses his personal background, education, and public service career in this interview. Interview topics include the Judicial Referendum and Sims' duties as Hart County Judge Executive, county government functions and services, the importance of revenue sharing, and the potential influences of the "new" gas tax. Sims also discusses CETA funding and the area's tobacco and dairy farming cultures.
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