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Kentucky Magistrates and Commissioners Association
350 Englewood Drive
Frankfort , Kentucky 40601
United States

Company Description: KMCA promotes interest in good government, close magistrate/commissioner relationships, effective legislation, and training for county government leaders.

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Kentucky Magistrates and Commissioners Association | Staff, 13 April 2014 [cached]
KMCA President Hubert Pollett
Hubert Pollett
Shelbyville Development Corporation » Projects, 9 Mar 2014 [cached]
Hubert Pollett Fiscal Court
Shelbyville Development Corporation » Board Members, 9 Mar 2014 [cached]
Hubert Pollett Past Chairman Fiscal Court
Shelby County Parks & Recreation, 28 Aug 2011 [cached]
Hubert Pollett, Chairman
Sentinel News, 27 Sept 2003 [cached]
Magistrate Hubert Pollett, who also is chairman of the Shelbyville/Shelby County Parks Board, said local parks "bring a little life" to small Shelby County communities, like Finchville.
That is one of the reasons Shelby County Fiscal Court voted earlier this year to match a federal grant that is slated to go for buying 11.74 acres in that southwestern hamlet.The land, next to the Finchville Ruritan Club, would be transformed to a community park.
The federal grant came through this month, Pollett said, and the only thing left is for property owner Morton Quickert to sell.
"One of our main goals, as far as the parks, is to establish a park system" in smaller communities, Pollett said."That's kind of a vision, but you have to be realistic, too.If you can't get money for land, you can't go much further in expansion."
The federal grant is $75,000.Combined with the court's match, Pollett said that amount would not only snag the property, but allow leftover money for improvements.
Pollett said a soccer or ball field is possible.The board will listen to residents.
"The people in Finchville are great people," Pollett said."The (old) school (now Ruritan Club) was going down and the people in the community rose up and took it over."
The parks board also forged a deal with the Mount Eden Ruritan Club to help that community.At Mount Eden, the parks board established and maintains a soccer field on the Ruritan's land.
Pollett the parks board plans to organize a intercounty soccer tournament there.
The parks board also has looked to help the Simpsonville park behind the Simpsonvillle Community Center.The board envisions a water fountain park there, but lack of money is holding up the project.
"We don't have a penny," Pollett said of the parks board.
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