State of Emergency declared by OC Judge-Executive

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HARTFORD, Ky. — Ohio County Judge-Executive David Johnston has declared a State of Emergency for Ohio County due to the weather. The State of Emergency will be in effective from Jan. 12-16, 2018.

The State of Emergency allows the county to be reimbursed for unbudgeted or unforeseen costs when dealing with emergency situations such as today’s winter storm.

To view the Judge-Executive’s declaration, see below.

State of Emergency declared by Ohio County Judge-Executive David Johnston

 

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