SHEPHERDSVILLE – There might be some ways to get a little extra help on roadside projects without spending any additional dollars.
Kevin Burch of the state highway department presented Bullitt Fiscal Court members with an opportunity to get more roadside work done by using existing inmates at the detention center.
The county already received reimbursement from the litter abatement program to have inmates clean up along roadways. That program reimburses the county for expenses, such as paying a constable or jail deputy to supervise the inmates.
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