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Terry Hadley (7): The Great Compromiser

2017-01-11 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, .
Terry Hadley (7), may not take fellow Kentuckian Henry Clay's mantle of being the Great Compromiser completely, but he did come up with a compromise solution to the problem of keeping the Adair County Regional Jail in compliance with Kentucky Department of Corrections regulations, which passed by a vote of 7-1 in last night's session of Adair County Fiscal Court, with Magistrate Daryl Flatt (2) the only opposing vote. Mr. Hadley's solution was to allow Adair County Jailer Joey White to expand full time employees to 23 - from 21 now authorized - with a followup by the Adair County Budget Committee to examine the feasibility of having full time employees work 40 hours instead of the present 36. Mr. White says that his plan saves the county money, essentially because it, with 23 employees, lowers overtime, especially in instances when it is necessary to make unexpected transports of inmates for medical, change of location for inmates, even delivery of babies by a jail inmate. Photo 10 Jan 2017. - EW

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