Gov. Bevin under scrutiny for mansion purchase

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ)- We have new information regarding the debate over Governor Matt Bevin’s home.

The city of Anchorage values the Governor’s personal house at a lower worth than the county appraisal that led to an ethics complaint against Bevin.

The Courier-Journal reports officials in Anchorage value the home and land at just over 2 million when county officials valued at almost 3-million.

The Governor bought the home and land for 1.6 million in March from Neil Ramsey, who has donated to the Governor’s campaigns.

A watchdog group has asked a state ethics commission to decide if the sale should be considered a gift from Ramsey to Bevin.

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