Court seeks EDA financial info

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Appointment made to fill EDA board vacancy

By Thomas Barr

 SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt County Economic Development Agency is back up to full strength.

However, that doesn’t mean that the county judge still doesn’t have some questions about the agency.

With her original nominee to fill the vacancy not having the support of Bullitt Fiscal Court, County Judge/Executive Melanie Roberts changed in mid-stream on Tuesday.

Roberts recommended long-time real estate agent and appraiser Ruth Sohm to the EDA board.

That received the unanimous support of the court members.

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