Wednesday, August 15, 2012 at 4:00 am (Updated: August 15, 4:03 am)
Having the Metropolitan Sewer District take over the operations of the Shepherdsville Sewer System seems like a great idea.
At first blush, being able to get rid of over $28 million in debt would be an excellent thing.
Upon further study, it might or it might not be a good deal for the citizens of Shepherdsville.
Shepherdsville officials have just started discussions with MSD leaders about various options, one of which could be the total takeover of the city’s treatment system.
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