SHEPHERDSVILLE - For some taxpayers, it could mean a second payment.
For some potential businesses moving to the community, it could mean a major expense each year.
But, for now, the requirement of some property owners who are in the corporate limits of Shepherdsville to also pay a fire district tax is over.
Bullitt Circuit Judge Rodney Burress ruled on Tuesday afternoon that the city of Shepherdsville did have a regular fire department and against a 1999 lawsuit filed by Southeast Bullitt and Nichols fire taxing districts.
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