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Larry Hayes---Secretary of the Cabinet
(1) Larry Hayes
Secretary of Executive Office of the Cabinet

Governor Beshear has reached out into Kentucky state and local government for the “best and brightest “ of talent and experience. Early into the reign of ex-governor Ernie Fletcher, the long respected Democratic sage from Lexington, Ky. Terry McBrayer remarked that “the problem with Fletcher was that there were no gray hairs in his office to run things.”

Of course, Terry was proven right as the Fletcher Administration did a complete melt down within the first 10 months of getting into office.

Governor Beshear is making the right decisions about his people. Larry Hayes is one of those good decisions . Hayes has served before in state government. From 1983 through 1987, Hayes was Secretary of the Executive Cabinet and State Budget Director. This was the years of Governor Martha Layne Collins administration. Before that he was the Executive Assistant to the Kentucky State Senate President for six years.

Hayes started his governmental experience within the Area Development Wars of the 1970’s.

Larry Hayes succeeded Jim Peel as the second Executive Director of the Lincoln Trail Area Development District from 1976 through 1978.

The decade of the 1970’s witness the formation of Kentucky Regionalism in which the Area Development Districts beat out the University of Kentucky for control over the flow of federal funds into Kentucky.

Hayes' last job was the position of Deputy Mayor and Secretary of Finance and Administration Cabinet in the City of Louisville, Kentucky.

In his position as Secretary of the Executive Cabinet for the Beshear Administration, Larry Hayes will be one of those individuals well grounded in the art of problem solving for complex issues of intergovernmental relations and budget concerns. Kentucky will be well served by having this type of individual within the Governor’s inner circle.


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