Warren County Attorney Amy Milliken was elected Kentucky Association of Counties second vice president during the KACo annual conference Oct. 24 in Louisville. She is on track to serve as KACo president during her fourth year as an officer.

She joins the KACo Executive Committee, which includes President and Boone County Judge-Executive Gary Moore, President-elect and Madison County Judge-Executive Reagan Taylor, First Vice President and Boyle County Magistrate Phil Sammons and Immediate Past President and Caldwell County Magistrate Elbert Bennett.

Milliken will continue to serve as Warren County attorney, an office she has held since 2004.

Milliken previously served as president of the Kentucky County Attorneys Association.

KACo Executive Committee members are typically elected as second vice president and then move to first vice president the following year. They become president-elect in their third year and then president in their fourth year.

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