First, they united to oppose a distribution warehouse next to the prestigious Heritage Hill Golf Course.
Then, they helped residents along Highway 44 do battle with a rezoning request for a Dollar General store next to a subdivision and school.
And, now, the group known as the Concerned Families for Bullitt County will be back protecting the land in which they call home.
The group has called a meeting of elected officials, as well as anyone else who might be interested, for Saturday, March 23, at 9 a.m. at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre.
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