SHEPHERDSVILLE - The process of developing a new comprehensive land-use plan is getting close to the final stages.
One of the final public meetings is set for Thursday at 6 p.m. in the courthouse.
Consultant Kriss Lowry is expected to have more details on the actual land-use proposals during this meeting.
After years of attempting to revamp its land-use plan, which is required by law, the county hired a consultant, who is leading the process.
During the past meeting, environmental issues dominated the conversation.
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