Henderson County Magistrate Bruce Todd was sworn in Nov. 17 as President of the Kentucky Association of Counties (KACo) at its 42nd Annual Conference and Exposition at the Galt House Hotel in Louisville.
President Todd serves on the KACo Executive Committee and Board of Directors. He has served as Henderson County District 2 magistrate since January 2007. He is 1st Vice President of the Kentucky Magistrates & Commissioners Association and chairman of the KACo Legislative Committee. He serves as a member of the Green River District Health Department Board, Henderson County Health Department Board, Henderson County Detention Center Committee, and as co-chairman of Henderson County Flood Mitigation Board.
A graduate of Henderson County High School and Northwood University, Todd retired after 40 years as Support Service Area Coordinator for Accuride Corporation in Henderson.
“Serving as your KACo president in 2017, I am honored to be a part of a dedicated, hard-working team of elected officials and KACo staff members who work with passion and integrity to maintain an excellent reputation of service across the Commonwealth.”
“I believe leadership is a privilege, a privilege that carries with it a responsibility to inspire others and to direct team members to be involved in the decision-making process while attaining the vision and goals of our organization.”