Local leader appointed to state 911 board

Gov. Matt Bevin’s office announced Friday that a local judge executive has been appointed to the state 911 board. 

In a news release sent Friday, the governor’s office says McCracken County Judge Executive Bob Leeper has been appointed to the Kentucky 911 Services Board. 

Leeper will on the board, representing county officials, for a term that expires on Aug. 15, 2020. 

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