Charles Roberts, a Nelson County native, discusses his public service career and family history in this interview. Interview topics include his decision to enter into politics, the positions he has held, the county's problematic roads and bridges, and discussions over the Judicial Referendum and his efforts to improve recreation and entertainment in the county. He also comments on the county's animal shelter, and the tragic murder of his grandfather on the courthouse steps.
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