KACo in Hot Water — Once Again

July 27, 2009 — KACo Sets Aside $250K to Brace for Audit

July 26, 2009 — Expensive Ad Campaigns — The Latest Controversy

July 25, 2009 — Jenkins resigns

July 23, 2009 — KACo takes away credit cards, calls for review

July 23, 2009 — KACo president to propose new expense policies

July 19, 2009 — Herald-Leader Editorial — Arnold Needs to ‘get Over’ Snowing Folks

July 17, 2009 — Arnold Defends KACo  — “Get Over It,” He says

July 15, 2009 — Pike County Judge Executive Assails KACo

July 13, 2009 —  No Refund for KACo’s Strip Club Charges

July 10, 2009 — More Charges for Escort Services Found on KACo Credit Cards

July 9, 2009 Herald-Leader Editorial

July 7, 2009 — Department of Insurance Makes Inquiries

The Kentucky Association of Counties (KACo), is a  Kentucky non-profit organization which provides various services, including workers’ compensation insurance services, for its county members.  While membership is voluntarily,  all Kentucky counties are members.  The Lexington Herald-Leader recently presented an in depth series on the questionable and wasteful spending of the organization and its top executives.  The series has prompted the State Auditor to investigate KACo’s practices.  This will not be the first time KACo has been under such scrutiny.  The entire series can be read here. 

Updates will be posted.

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