Thursday, July 5, 2012 at 10:16 am (Updated: July 6, 11:40 am)
A state commission has ruled Oldham County’s property assessor violated ethics laws by hiring and promoting his wife.
Ron Winters is one of 11 property valuation administrators across the state accused of nepotism in a case that began in 2008, although several others have since left their posts or were defeated in elections.
Winters faces a $5,000 fine and must display the state law he violated in a prominent place in his office.
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