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Government

  • P&Z upholds Brentwood decision

    An attorney representing opponents of a planned Crestwood subdivision on says he plans to file multiple lawsuits in a last-minute effort to thwart construction of the 345-home development.

  • Magistrates-elect divvy committee posts

    With six new members and a new judge-executive, the Oldham County Fiscal Court is in the midst of planning, training and organizing themselves before taking office in January.
    After attending a recent training with current Judge-Executive Duane Murner, the magistrates chose spots on the court’s nine committees.

  • South Oldham Library has room to grow

    After the recent expansion and renovation of the Oldham County Public Library’s main branch, it looks as if the library hopes to do something similar with it’s South Oldham location.

  • Senior center will honor judge-executive, former magistrate for service

    His name’s already on a plaque inside the county’s senior activity center, but soon, the outgoing judge-executive will have his name somewhere a little larger – the side of the building.
    At a recent fiscal court meeting, Deputy Judge-Executive Paula Gish announced to the court the intention of the county to put Judge-Executive Duane Murner’s name on the county’s senior center activity building.

  • Talk of nepotism seems relative to Voegele’s deputy-judge appointment

    Amid support for the decision and cries of nepotism and neglecting the voters’ voices, judge-executive elect David Voegele recently announced his choice for his second-in-command when he takes office in January.
    Voegele recently announced his decision to appoint his brother-in-law – and former judge-executive – John Black to the deputy judge-executive position.
    Residents seem to be conflicted on the decision with many saying they support Voegele’s choice and look forward to Black’s community service again.

  • Black headed back to judge-executive's office

    He served nine years as Oldham County Judge-Executive, eight years as La Grange mayor and he’s been David Voegele’s brother-in-law more than 35 years.
    Voegele announced recently he’s selected La Grange resident John Black to serve as deputy judge-executive when Voegele takes office in January.