SHEPHERDSVILLE – While it has been over a decade since the Kentucky Turnpike Water District was an agency to deal with, county officials were suddenly faced with dealing with it once again.
In order to formally close out the Kentucky Turnpike Water District in the eyes of the state Public Service Commission, some final paperwork needed to be done.
In order to get that paperwork done, there needed to be a KWTD commission in place.
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