SHEPHERDSVILLE - Richard Miles and other developers should be feeling pretty good - even in the tough economy.
After pleading their case about new impact fees proposed by the Bullitt County Joint Planning Commission for the federal storm water program, their concerns were heard.
Originally planning to charge roughly $1,000 an acre for impact fees to handle future storm retention basins issues, the planning commission turned a complete about face just a week later.
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