Unified Government Study: Foster Pettit Speaks, Part 2

As part of the ongoing study examining how Hardin County might be served by some form of unified government, former Lexington Mayor Foster Pettit spoke to a recent gathering of HCU. To watch Part 1 of this presentation, click here.

In Part 2 (below), Mr. Pettit provides additional details of the Lexington and Fayette County merger, one example as Hardin County considers unified government.

Check back tomorrow for Part 3.

How do you think the experience in Lexington can serve as a model for Hardin County? What is your response to Part 2 of Mr. Pettit’s presentation?

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