SHEPHERDSVILLE – When Bullitt County officials took a company up on an offer to find ways to save money on its telecommunications, no one knew the final result.
After a year, it appears the county will save about $27,000 annually.
Mike Fallot of Ecomtek spoke recently to Bullitt Fiscal Court members on the savings found by his company.
As part of the agreement, the company will be paid 35 percent of the savings over the next three years.
The company did an audit of the bills and services received by the county.
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