No more constables in Casey County?

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Bill in Frankfort seeks to abolish the office

By Larry Rowell

A proposed bill that would abolish the elected office of constable awaits lawmakers when they return to Frankfort next month.
Sen. Julie Denton, R-Jefferson County, pre-filed BR 449, which, if passed, would ask voters to amend Kentucky’s constitution and do away with constables.
Constables are county peace officers who are elected every four years the same as other county officials such as judge/executive, clerk, county attorney, sheriff, jailer, coroner, and surveyor.

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