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Magistrate wins court battle

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By Laura Hagan

 After a ruling by an Oldham County Circuit Court judge determining that Oldham County government violated the Open Records and Open Meetings Acts, fiscal court is ordered to pay about $5,000 in fines.

Scott Davis, an Oldham County magistrate, filed a petition last year in regards to a $100,000 anonymous donation made to the court and a September closed session meeting.

Davis claimed since the fiscal court is a public entity, the public had a right to know the donor’s identity. 


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