Mike Miller

Government
5:35 pm
Tue May 20, 2014

Airgas, Inc. Announces $30M Investment and ASU Plant in Marshall County

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One of the nation’s leading suppliers of industrial, medical and specialty gases is bringing new jobs to Marshall County.

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Government
1:53 pm
Fri March 21, 2014

Mike Miller Case Dropped With Grand Jury Decision

 A Marshall County Grand Jury has cleared longtime Marshall County Judge Executive Mike Miller of his charges of falsifying public records.

Special Prosecutor Zac Greenwell says Thursday the grand jury found there was not enough evidence for Miller to proceed to trial and issued a “no true bill.” 

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Government
4:13 pm
Mon March 17, 2014

Mike Miller Misconduct Case Under Review By Commonwealth Prosecutor

  The special prosecutor tasked with reviewing the case involving Marshall County Judge Executive Mike Miller says he’ll present his findings to a grand jury in the next couple of weeks.

Miller allegedly falsified public records to allow the county’s dog warden to receive state unemployment benefits while Miller indicated the employee retired. 

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Politics
2:45 pm
Wed October 30, 2013

Mike Miller Running for 11th Term as Judge Executive

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Marshall County Judge Executive Mike Miller said he plans to run for his 11th term next year as long as he remains in good health.

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Government
11:20 am
Thu August 15, 2013

Mike Miller Ethics Complaint Referred To Attorney General

Controversy over allegations that Marshall County’s Judge-Executive signed documentation stating a county employee had been laid off when he’d actually retired has made its way to Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway. Marshall’s Fiscal Court met Tuesday to approve an outside report by Louisville attorney Kent Wicker that alleges Mike Miller signed the paperwork that could allow the former part-time county employee to receive unemployment benefits. 

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Government
11:42 am
Tue June 25, 2013

Agriculture Commissioner Plans Area Visit To Discuss Mosquito Problem

Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer will meet with local judge executives next Tuesday concerning this year’s increased mosquito levels.

Judge-executives from Calloway, Marshall, Lyon and Trigg counties sent a letter to the commissioner asking for aerial pesticide spraying. The commissioner responded by requesting an in-person meeting. 

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Government
4:08 pm
Fri April 26, 2013

Marshall County Moves to Use $2.2m to Fix New Health Department

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The Marshall County Board of Health voted unanimously Friday to allocate $2.2 million from the county’s reserve to bring the new Health Department building up to code.

The $4.1 million building does not meet Kentucky safety requirements. The Board had considered borrowing the money, but decided to use some of the county’s reserve instead. Marshall County Judge Executive Mike Miller said this will bring the reserve down below the level he’d like to see it, but it will be replenished in a year’s time.

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Wet Dry Vote
12:09 pm
Mon April 9, 2012

Marshall County Alcohol Vote Coming this Summer

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Marshall County will likely hold a vote on whether to allow alcohol sales July 17th. County Judge Executive Mike Miller says he'll recommend the date at the fiscal court meeting next Tuesday.  County Clerk Tim York sent Miller a verified petition from the group “Marshall 1st” last week to hold a local option election. York says his office quit counting after verifying 2,160 signatures. That's nearly 100 more than were required.  Murray will also hold a local option election on July 17th. 

Government
7:29 am
Fri March 30, 2012

Marshall County Liquor Vote

A Marshall County group delivered a petition to the county courthouse yesterday which, when the petition is verified will lead to a referendum on county-wide alcohol sales. The group, named Marshall First, collected 2,400 signatures, well above the required 2,078 required to open a vote. The Paducah Sun reports Judge Executive Mike Miller now has 60 to 90 days to order a referendum once the signatures have been verified. Members of Marshall first claim legalizing alcohol sales would generate additional revenue for the county.