Tom Dupree Jr. resigned as Fayette County judge-executive in mid-November after serving less than seven months. Gov. Matt Bevin had appointed Dupree, a radio host and financial planner, to the job in February to replace John Roberts, who died in January 2017.
Tom Dupree Jr. resigned as Fayette County judge-executive in mid-November after serving less than seven months. Gov. Matt Bevin had appointed Dupree, a radio host and financial planner, to the job in February to replace John Roberts, who died in January 2017. File photo
Tom Dupree Jr. resigned as Fayette County judge-executive in mid-November after serving less than seven months. Gov. Matt Bevin had appointed Dupree, a radio host and financial planner, to the job in February to replace John Roberts, who died in January 2017. File photo

Fayette County hasn’t had a judge-executive since November. It’s about to cause headaches.

February 01, 2018 09:53 AM

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