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The fiscal court will go old school this year when it comes to reapportioning magisterial districts following the 2010 census.
The Bluegrass Area Development District pitched an idea to use a computer program to ensure that each district has the same population within 10 percent — at a cost of $3,000.
The proposal was tabled earlier in the month and defeated last Tuesday morning.
Instead, the fiscal court approved the method it has always used and will appoint a committee of three people to examine population shifts and redraw the lines accordingly.
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