NO LIE...Tempers fly over pay comments

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By Stephen Thomas

 SHEPHERDSVILLE - The decision for Shepherdsville city employee pay raises in January continues to draw ire from some residents.

And several paid advertisements published in the newspaper have raised concerns, the latest leading to heated comments between a resident and the Shepherdsville City Council.

Mayor Scott Ellis began the April 8 business meeting with a statement regarding the most recent ad paid for by Gaynell Rummage. In her ad, Rummage listed pay raises for all city employees, citing that some received more than a 4 percent raise.

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