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A 68-year-old General Electric retiree concerned about decisions of local government has decided to enter the race for Hardin County judge-executive.
Arthur Hurley Jr. of Glendale filed as a Republican candidate, citing the new government complex authorized by Hardin Fiscal Court as one of the projects he opposes.
Although it was not enacted by county government, Hurley also criticized the Elizabethtown restaurant tax, which adds 2 percent to the cost of prepared food with all proceeds going to tourism efforts. Hardin County government receives no revenue from the tax.
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