CLERMONT - The cost of having the Bullitt County Animal Shelter handle your pets may be going up.
But animal control warden Jimmy Miller will meet with county attorney Walter Sholar before a formal presentation is brought to Bullitt Fiscal Court.
“We’re falling behind,” Miller said of the county fee structure.
While the cost of caring for animals housed at the shelter have risen over the years, fees have not increased since 1996.
Miller gave court members a list of proposed changes to the fee schedule.
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