Business Q&A: William Brammell

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A booster of environment

By Brad Bowman

William Brammell, an attorney from New Castle, serves as a city attorney for Simpsonville and Pleasureville in Shelby County as well as Eminence, Smithfield and Campbellsburg. A 1973 graduate of Transylvania, Brammell also graduated in 1980 from the University of Louisville School of Law. He first served Simpsonville as the attorney for the city’s sewer commission, but that entity in 2012 was folded into the general city budget, he was retained to assist and support City Attorney Hite Hays. Brammell sat down with Brad Bowman of Landmark Newspapers and discussed his various roles.

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