Tuesday, July 16, 2013 at 4:00 am (Updated: July 16, 4:01 am)
SHEPHERDSVILLE – Unlike one of his fellow council mates, Jose Cubero did not take personal offense at a recent newspaper advertising questioning the safety of city revenue.
Despite using the closing line of “Just Say No Way, Jose,” Cubero did not agree that it was meant to be racist.
What the first-term councilman did find offensive is the continued attack by some in Shepherdsville where incorrect information is being spread and the whole truth is not being told.
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