It looks like the former Mayor's attorney of choice, Gen-NON, left the Ordinance Book of the City of Bedford, Kentucky laying around the City of West Buechel's Clerk's Office.
Bedford, Kentucky, is a 6th-class city and it is located in Trimble County. Trimble County is just east of Oldham County. Ms. Hensley practices law in LaGrange, which is in Oldham County, just east of Jefferson County.
Genon Hensley is not now and possibly never was a Jefferson Country lawyer, but she did apparently have more than one Kentucky municipality as a client . . . the City of Bedford. Thus . . . I assume, the City of Bedford Ordinance Book seen in West Buechel's Clerk's Office was probably left there unintentionally by Ms. Hensley.
This wrong-city ordinance book ought to be returned to lawyer Hensley, at her own expense.
So, if you want to look at West Buechel's Ordinance Book, you might think about "page two," as Paul Harvey used to say. The other side of the story, in other words.
You might be looking at the wrong damn ordinance book and not know it.
The moral of this story is: DIG DEEPER!