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Transparency

Open Records Request, Meeting Agendas, Budgets, Open Data Portal, Financial Audits, Ethics Boards, Event Calendar and Watch Meetings. 

 

Jobs, Bids and Public Auction

Interested in Employment with Madison County? Want to do business with Madison County? 

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Government

Judge Executive's Office, county departments, fiscal court members, fiscal court meetings, dispute resolution and board or commissions 

 

Licensing and permits

Includes applications for starting or operating a business in the unincoporated areas of Madison County, Kentucky, tax forms, building and zoining permits, dog license

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Infrastructure and roads

Includes county road repairs, county trash pickup, county recycling program, environmental information and county roads 

 

Recreation

Parks, golf, events, program, tourism and activites 

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2017 Judge History ArticleOne of the most vibrant and versatile counties in the Commonwealth of Kentucky is also one of the oldest, that of Madison. Madison County’s history goes back thousands of years, where American Indian tribes inhabited the area, as well as using it as an area for hunting wild animals for food and their pelts, primarily the Shawnee and Cherokee tribes. Madison County was part of Virginia’s Kentucky County, and it was during the 1770s that noted explorer Daniel Boone ventured into the area. He and others established Fort Boonesborough in April of 1775. Kentucky County was divided into three counties (Lincoln, Jefferson and Fayette) in 1780, and Madison was formed out of Lincoln County in August 1787.

It is named for James Madison, a Virginia statesman, the Father of the U.S. Constitution and later our 4th U.S President. It was the first of 20 counties nationwide named in Madison’s honor. Originally, the county seat was located in a village known as Milford, but was moved to the new community of Richmond (named after Richmond, Virginia) in 1798. As Kentucky grew in the 19th Century, so did Madison County. During the American Civil War, Richmond was the site of the second largest battle fought in the Commonwealth. Seasoned Confederates routed a raw Union force in what has become one of the most lopsided victories during the entire war. Madison County has been the birthplace for Kentucky governors James B. McCreary and Keen Johnson, noted emancipationist Cassius Clay, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Freeman Miller, New York Yankee player and coach Earl Combs, country music legend Red Foley and frontiersman Christopher “Kit” Carson.

Madison County has been served by many great local leaders, all of these leaders have left a indelible mark on Madison County, Kentucky. Each in their own way push to make Madison County a better place for all to enjoy.

County Judge Executives

2015-Present Reagan Taylor Republican
1993-2015 Kent Clark Democrat
1977-1993 Harold Botner Republican
1965-1977 Harold Kirly Democrat
1961-1965 Robert Turley Democrat
1957-1961 Charles H. Coy Republican
1949-1957 R.O Moberly Democrat
1945-1949 J.L. Mathrely Republican
1933-1945 Vernon Leer Democrat
1929-1933 J.D. Goodloe Democrat
1925-1929 E.C. McDougle Unknown

 

A listing of Judge Executives prior to 1925 is unable to be determined at this time. 

 

 

The Madison County Board of Ethics is an appointed board established under KRS 65A.070.  The intent of the legislation is create a process by which government employees are transparent to the public about potential conflicts.  The Board ensures that County employees are in compliance with the Madison County Code of Ethics.

Financial Disclosure Form 

Individuals required to file should complete the following online document: Financial Disclosure Form (online filing only).

Timeline

  • December 19, 2018- Filing Disclosure Form made available for submission. 
  • January 31, 2019-Financial Disclosure Forms must be submitted electronically to the Board of Ethics.

Madison County Code of Ethics

 Board of Ethics Members

  • Mike Eckler, Chair
  • Jeff Masters
  • Jeff Renner
  • Chandler Combs
  • Mary Lois Kerns

 ***Please see The Board and Commissions' page for term information. Click here 

 

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2017 Judge Auction ArticleMadison County Fiscal Court occasionally hosts live and online auctions surplusing county property for purchase by citizens.

 

 

 

 

Want to become involved in your local Government?

Attend a Fiscal Court Meeting
Madison County Fiscal Court meetings are held at 9:30AM on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. Meetings in the even months are held at the Madison County Courthouse in Richmond, Kentucky. The first meeting of the odd months are held at the Berea Police & Municipal Building in Berea, Kentucky. Meeting dates, times and locations are subject to change, please sign up for Agenda Notifications to receive the latest Fiscal Court Meeting Announcements including, date, time and location changes.

2017 Judge BeInvolved Article 2017 Judge BereaChambers Article 
Madison County Courthouse
Fiscal Court Chambers
101 W MAIN STREET
Richmond, KY 40475
Berea Police & Municipal Building
Berea Council Chambers
304 CHESTNUT STREET
Berea, KY 40403

Watch from Home!
Madison County Fiscal Court meetings can also be watched in real time through Facebook LIVE or Spectrum Cable Channel 46

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Government Channel 377
      County Video Archive
Watch meeting Live on Facebook LIVE
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      Watch meeting Replays on TV
Spectrum Cable Channel 377
      Watch all meeting replays Online
County Video Archive

 

Unable to attend or watch live?
To view replays of all past Fiscal Court Meetings visit the Madison County Replay Center at https://madisoncountyky.us/replay or you can watch the most current replay on Spectrum Cable Channel 46 everyday at 2:00AM, 7:00AM, 12:00PM, 4:30PM, 7:00PM and 10:00PM.

 

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