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Gill to seek reelection


Mary Ann Gill has filed to run for reelection as Magistrate for the seventh district of the Woodford County Fiscal Court in 2018. Having served since Jan. 2015, Gill ran for the seat that was held by her late husband Bruce Gill to honor his memory and to continue the good work that he started. “In the past few years I have learned that those who serve in local government have great opportunities to go beyond budget and providing essential services by studying issues, identifying needs and working to improve public safety and the quality of life around them. It has been my honor to do that and give back to the community that has been so good to my family and myself all these years. I’m proud to have been a part of cooperative efforts both locally and regionally to improve life here in Woodford County, while working to keep our taxes low.” Gill is a longtime resident and business owner in Woodford County and a graduate of Northern Kentucky University and the University of Kentucky. “I will continue to work hard and be responsive to the concerns of people in Woodford County and would very much appreciate your votes and support.”

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