HEPHERDSVILLE -- Those wishing to learn the fate of the county's proposed smoking ban in government buildings owned or leased by Bullitt Fiscal Court will have to return a week later.
With magistrate Bob Hunt unable to attend Tuesday due to an illness, Bullitt Fiscal Court agreed to delay any discussion or vote on the proposed ban.
A special meeting to only speak about that topic will be held at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 15, at the courthouse. The public is invited.
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