Living in Walton: Residents of this Northern Kentucky city are proud of two claims to fame

WALTON, Ky. - Editor's Note: Readers may have noticed that our regular feature, "Meet the Mayor," has been missing for about a month. We put the series on hiatus, reworked it, and now are pleased to bring you "Living In..." in its place each Wednesday.

We'll still introduce you the leaders of our communities, but also bring you more of a "sense of place," through the eyes of residents.

If you think WCPO.com readers should know about your community, drop me a line at holly.edgell@wcpo.com.

Paula Jolley has lived in Walton for twenty years. Although her day job is as an office manager in Hebron, she has found her calling in civic service.

When there was an opening on Walton City Council in 2002, a group of women urged her to run because they wanted someone who wasn't afraid to speak her mind. She has served her community ever since, including a year as interim mayor in 2012. 

Become a WCPO Insider find out why Jolley decided to raise her children in Walton. And, learn about the city with--not one--but two claims to fame.


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