In this interview, Wendell Moore, an Oldham County native, discusses his education and Oldham County public service career as both a county magistrate and Judge Executive. Interview topics include discussions over the Judicial Referendum, Oldham County growth, and the major problems the county faces, such as poor roads and waste disposal systems, and inadequate police protections. Moore also comments on the County Planning and Zoning Commission, revenue sharing, the costs of the Judicial Referendum, and the county police department.
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