Attorney general’s opinion states that judge-executive’s relative can continue to serve as his deputy
By Danna Zabrovsky
Wednesday, April 27, 2011 at 11:41 am (Updated: April 27, 11:48 am)
The county judge-executive’s appointment of his brother-in-law as deputy judge-executive does not constitute nepotism, the Oldham County Ethics Commission decided Tuesday.
The commission discussed a letter from Attorney General Jack Conway in a special meeting April 19, which responded to the commission’s request for assistance interpreting the county administrative code’s definition of nepotism.
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