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AG says Parker’s dual roles no conflict

Posted: Saturday, September 24, 2011 5:00 am

There is no conflict of interest between Scott County Magistrate Bill Parker’s position on fiscal court and his job with Georgetown-Scott County Parks and Recreation, said the state attorney general’s office.

In an informal opinion written by Assistant Attorney General Aaron S. Ament, the attorney general’s office determined that because parks and recreation is a joint agency of the Georgetown and Scott County governments, Parker’s position on fiscal court and in parks and recreation did not violate the Kentucky Constitution.

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