SHEPHERDSVILLE - Immediately following the school shooting in Connecticut, local officials began looking at the situation in Bullitt County.
Superintendent Keith Davis said many of the schools had very good security safeguards, although he admitted nothing was 100 percent foolproof.
The Bullitt County Public School Board went a step further on Tuesday by approving nearly $140,000 in structural improvements. And, at a later time, another $50,000 in improvements could be requested.
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