Logsdon elected second vice president
Oldham County Magistrate Michael Logsdon was elected Kentucky Association of Counties (KACo) 2nd Vice President at the 49th Annual KACo Conference and Exposition. He becomes the first Oldham County elected official to serve on the executive committee.
Logsdon has been active with KACo for many years. He currently serves on the Board of Directors and the Workers Compensation Board.
"I firmly believe that giving back to the community is one of the most important things we can do in life," Logsdon said. "Throughout the years, I have dedicated myself to various community organizations, serving as past president of the local Jaycees, the South Oldham Rotary Club and the South Oldham Lions Club. My service extended to the Pewee Valley City Council, where I had the privilege of representing the interests of my fellow citizens."
In his fourth term as magistrate of District Eight, Logsdon is the current president of the Kentucky Magistrates and Commissioners Association. He also serves on the board of directors and various committees for the National Association of Counties.
Logsdon has been selling real estate for more than 35 years, and he’s a graduate of the University of Kentucky.
"Real estate became my profession, but it was community involvement that became my passion," Logsdon said. "As I reflect on my life’s journey from the farms of Oldham County to the halls of community leadership, I can’t help but feel grateful for the opportunities, the people, and the experiences that have shaped me into the person I am today.
"My story is one of deep roots, hard work, community commitment, and a love for the land that will forever remain a part of my identity," Logsdon added. "I look forward to serving you all as KACo 2nd Vice President this year."