SHEPHERDSVILLE - While thankful for the county’s support, leaders with the Multi-Purpose Community Action Agency would not reject additional funds offered by Bullitt Fiscal Court.
However, without a contract for services, the county should not be appropriating any money to any agency, according to county attorney Walter A. Sholar.
Kim Embrey, executive director for the three-county Multi-Purpose CAA, requested the fiscal court increase its current $12,000 appropriation to $15,000.
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