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LCADD officials meet with Congressman Comer

2017-03-23 - Washington, DC - Photo by Michael Gossum.
Congressman James Comer met with several officials of the Lake Cumberland Area Development District to talk about economic issues in the that part of the first district. The following people came to the meeting:
  • Alan Chapman, citizen member from McCreary Co.
  • Doug Stephens, Judge Executive, McCreary Co.
  • Curtis Hardwick, Mayor, Columbia
  • Nicky Smith, Mayor of Albany
  • Tony Young, Mayor of Campbellsville
  • Tonya Young, Mayor Young's wife
  • John Phelps Jr., Judge Executive Cumberland Co.
  • Eddie Wesley, citizen member, Casey Co.
  • Rep. James Comer
  • John Frank, Judge Executive, Green Co.
  • Peggy Frank, Judge Frank's wife
  • Nick Hazel, Lake Cumberland ADD
  • Jean Wilson, Lake Cumberland ADD
  • Eddie Rogers, Judge Executive, Taylor Co.
  • Darryl McGaha, Lake Cumberland ADD

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