SHEPHERDSVILLE – Prime commercial real estate purchased by county government three years ago will soon see some building.
Well, make that, lots of buildings.
Bullitt Fiscal Court voted 4-1 to allow Jim White to lease the property formerly home to Gobel’s Exotic Entertainment.
White’s USA Portable Buildings will use the property for a sales lot for portable buildings.
Since purchasing the building and property for $1 million, the county has attempted to market the now-vacant land through work by Bob Fouts, director of economic development.
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