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Somerset, KY

Sherriff's office no longer responding to non-emergency c...

So let me get this straight. Are you saying it's the voters fault Todd is acting like a big baby? And we should have reelected him just to keep him pacified? If that's not what you mean please someone enlighten me.  (Jun 10, 2014 | post #23)

Somerset, KY

Are you a Republican or a Democrat?

That's not true they would have gladly put a uniform on Clinton if could've found him. ;D  (Jun 10, 2014 | post #53)

Somerset, KY

Sherriff's office no longer responding to non-emergency c...

Kinda sounds like Todd is playing a dangerous game to me. He and Wesley came close to being indicted in the Molen case. They both swore a oath to this Commonwealth more precisely to serve this county. If they are found to be in dereliction of that duty and some gets hurt or killed because of it. Their gooses are cooked.  (Jun 10, 2014 | post #21)

Somerset, KY

Are you a Republican or a Democrat?

Frankly what Obama is doing to this country has me spinning in my GRAVE. >.>  (Jun 9, 2014 | post #51)

Somerset, KY

is somerset a good place to live

If you hadn't noticed good jobs are hard to find everywhere. One thing this area has going for it over large cities is. Take a look at a $150,000 dollar house here and then look at one in a large city. I think you'll find a rather large difference.  (Jun 1, 2014 | post #15)

Somerset, KY

election results

KIA9 one has to wonder it all this is ineptness or accidently on purpose. The 2010 election keeps coming to mind. No one not connected to the county clerks office that was in that room felt that things were right that night. No precinct by precinct coverage Ralph said tuff to the people there to cover it for the radio like it has always been done. And why would the Circuit clerk be there in the room where the counting was taking place. Not my words but the words of the people there to cover the election. Linda never ever treated me badly. I simply wanted someone it that office not indepted to the good ole boys. Didn't happen. Let's just see what goes on next election now that they still have their hooks in just like always. You people cry for change but are to blind to follow through.  (May 23, 2014 | post #41)

Somerset, KY

election results

Good grief you people harp on Harris and his lawsuits and rightly so. But how quickly you seem to forget about all the others. Folks money is money and poor decisions cause the county liability insurance to pay thus causing the county to pay more premiums. Folks this isn't rocket science. I find it larming how little the people know about what really goes on in your county offices.  (May 22, 2014 | post #33)

Somerset, KY

election results

I'm sorry I don't know what you mean by Hatfield won. Those girls received a large settlement do you call that Hatfield winning? And I quote: Somerset — Six former employees of the Pulaski County Attorney’s Office will divide $500,000 after their lawsuit against current county attorney Martin Hatfield was settled late last week. But Hatfield insists he did nothing wrong. “The lawsuit was settled over my objections,” Hatfield said last night. “The case was handled by the county’s insurance company ... I don’t agree with the decision to settle. I don’t feel like I violated anyone’s First Amendment rights. I don’t feel like I did anything wrong and certainly not anything illegal.” Ned Pillersdorf, a Prestonsburg attorney who represented the former employees, said his clients were pleased with the settlement. “Political retaliation cases are on the rise,” Pillersdorf said. “I’ve had nine cases stemming from 2010 elections ... including two in Pulaski and one in Wayne. I’ve settled four of the nine.” Angela Bray, Sara Coffey, Traci Flynn, Kristi Hollen, Jennifer Trotter and Lisa Rutherford all claimed Hatfield fired them in late 2010 or early 2011 because they all actively campaigned for former county attorney Bill Thompson in the May 2010 election. All of the plaintiffs, with the exception of Flynn, worked in the Pulaski County Attorney’s Division of Child Support. Flynn worked in the Pulaski County Attorney Office, primarily preparing court documents, according to the original lawsuit which was filed in January. The lawsuit claims that Hatfield said he wanted people in his office who would not “sabotage” him. It also stated (Hatfield) “assured many of the Plaintiffs that they would be interviewed for continued employment. (Hatfield) violated the Plaintiffs constitutional rights by only interviewing (Rutherford), and by declining to continue the employment of all of the Plaintiffs based on (Hatfield’s) belief that the Plaintiffs were not sufficiently loyal in terms of political association.” “Most of these women had been good employees for close to 20 years,” Pillersdorf said. “And we contend they were dismissed because they campaigned for (Hatfield’s) opponent.” The six plaintiffs will receive over $83,000 each but will not be reinstated to their former jobs in the county attorney’s office. “There are no county tax dollars being paid out in this case ... this is the insurance company spending the money for this settlement,” Hatfield said. “If I had it to do over, I’d do the same thing. I didn’t do anything wrong. “I told my staff today that I would not trade any of them for anyone else.,” Hatfield added. “I hired my staff based on merit ... I hired the people I felt would serve the people of Pulaski County in an honorable and efficient manner.” Pillersdorf was also co-counsel in representing Teri Fox and Kim Hunley in their lawsuit against Pulaski County Clerk Ralph Troxtell. That case was resolved last week with both women being reinstated to their former positions. Pillersdorf also represented six Pulaski County workers who filed a lawsuit over 15 years ago against former Pulaski County Judge-executive Louis Floyd and Pulaski Fiscal Court claiming they were terminated for political retaliation. The plaintiffs won that lawsuit to the tune of $1 million. “I hope this sends a message that long-time employees can’t be fired because they supported the wrong person politically,” Pillersdorf said. - See more at: http://www.somerse t-kentucky.com/loc al/x869146687/Laws uit-against-Hatfie ld-settled#sthash. h7kOUjtk.dpuf  (May 22, 2014 | post #32)

Somerset, KY

election results

Doesn't anyone remember what happened when Ralph tried that very same thing? You're correct it's not something I would've done I always stayed neutral in elections. But if she does fire those girls you all just remember what it cost the county when Floyd fired the ones at the county garage. Ralph firing the girls last time and when Hatfield fired all those girls. How quickly you people forget.  (May 21, 2014 | post #24)

Somerset, KY

election results

As far as Linda cleaning house can I ask everyone one question? Have you ever done business in that office and ever gotten poor service fron any of those girls? It's one thing to let a employee go because they won't work or steals money but for political reasons. That is petty and shows no class what so ever. I hope that won't happen. And by the way remember what happened when Ralph fired those girls last time. I think the world of all those girls the ones for Linda and the ones not. This is the very reason I hoped Tim would win he would never do a thing like that.  (May 21, 2014 | post #22)

Somerset, KY

Election predictions

Flynn? Flynn? If you're talking about Georgie by this time next year he won't be able to get a job shoveling out the dog pound!  (May 20, 2014 | post #28)

Somerset, KY

Election predictions

I hope you are right. Harris I morally I have a problem with.  (May 19, 2014 | post #8)

Somerset, KY

Election Investigation

I'm not petty enough to let dislike cause me to lie about anyone. When I meet my maker I like everyone else have not been perfect. But he will know I have been honest. Just the knowledge of some things are hold to live with.  (May 18, 2014 | post #64)

Somerset, KY

Who will be the next County Court Clerk of Pulaski County

A vote for Linda is a vote for Ralph so in this case I totally disagree. Why do you think so many employees aren't backing her? A change is definitely needed. His poor judgment and the resulting lawsuit should be proof of that.  (May 18, 2014 | post #191)