SHEPHERDSVILLE - It has been a long process reworking the planning regulations that date back nearly 40 years.
And revising the subdivision plans to conform with the federally-mandated clean water act hasn’t been much easier.
Before a public hearing is held on the new subdivision regulations, it appears the Bullitt County Joint Planning Commission has a lot of different opinions to consider.
The biggest point of contention continues to be the impact fee proposed for any future development.
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