Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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September 20, 2013

Date set for ethics complaint hearing

GLASGOW —

The Barren County Ethics Commission is meeting at 3 p.m. Tuesday to begin its process of evaluating a complaint that Jailer Matt Mutter filed against Magistrate Chris Steward.

The panel will convene in the fiscal court meeting room on the third floor of the Barren County Government Center.

Steward said the complaint is all about politics.

“They do not want me as county judge executive,” he said.

Although he said he was “not prepared to say” Thursday whether he plans to run for that office, he acknowledged it’s a possibility.

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