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Inauguration 2011: CJE Ann Melton cites spirit of cooperation

2011-01-02 - Photo by Ed Waggener. 201 Campbellsville ST, Columbia, KY
Hands clasped in symbol of unity Adair County Judge Executive Ann Melton turns to Columbia Mayor Mark D. Harris and other dignitaries on the podium to acknowledge what she called a wonderful spirit of cooperation which will move Adair County forward in the next four years, despite economic difficulties. Others in the front are Constable Shannon Rowe (2), Sheriff Harrison Moss, County Clerk Sheila Blair, Jailer Rick Wilson, Magistrate Billy Rowe, arms folded; Adair County Attorney Jennifer Hutchison-Blair, (Mayor Harris), (CJE Melton), Circuit Court Clerk Dennis Loy, and Constables Chris Janes (4), Tim Bottoms ((5) Jason Rector (6), William Troutwine (1), and Robert Loy (3). On the left, County Surveyor Mike Willis is at the front.

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