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Magistrate Terry Hadley reads from prepared statement

2016-05-19 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, (c).
Seventh District Magistrate Terry Hadley read from a prepared statement before moving that the court amend the ABC ordinance to include Sunday sales, from 1am-10pmCT, in both restaurants and stores, the same as the ordinance for the City of Columbia. That motion failed 5-3, with only Magistrate Greg Caldwell and CJE Mike Stephens voting for the amendment. The five other magistrates, Harold Burton (1), Daryl Flatt (2), Sammy Baker (3), Perry Reeder (4), and Billy Dean Coffey (5) voted against that amendment. - EW

TERRY HADLEY'S STATEMENT: - "I am going to make a motion for an amendment to the ordinance for alcohol sales on Sunday, from 1pm to 10pm. The reason being is that with the amendment it will open the door to many possibilities in Adair County.

"I represent the people in District 7 who elected me. I also represent the people in Adair County! When I go to confernces in Louisville, Lexington, and Frankfort, they don't ask what district I'm from. They ask me what county!. The tages they give you to wear have our name and county on them.

"As one of the magistrates it's my responsibility to vote on actions and ordinances that affect the future of Adair County. The result of our vote this morning will havde a bearing on the future of Adair County's budget, business opportunities, employees' salaries, etc. Once the vote is taken on this issue, that very moment the result can never be changed. People are waiting! When the result is known they will make their decisions on the direction they wiill be takingtoday, right now, and from now on.

"Adair County could lose one of the biggest opportunities for growth today. Thank you, Terry Hadley"

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