SHEPHERDSVILLE - Faced with an annual debt service payments of $2.1 million for the next 20 years before turning on the first light or paying the first employee, Shepherdsville city officials knew they would have to do something to generate revenue.
However, customers may be shocked to see that the “something” could mean rate increases approaching 100 percent starting next month.
The Shepherdsville City Council will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 29, to decide both the sewer rates, as well as finalizing its 2011-12 budgets.
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