SHEPHERDSVILLE - When you are $167 million in debt, what’s another $64 million among friends?
While that may sound bad, it’s not as bad as the national debt.
And, in reality, not bad for the Bullitt County Public School System.
With projects revenues over the next 20 years, the district would have no problem paying its current bond commitments or the new ones to be sold in July.
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