Friday, November 23, 2012 at 5:00 am (Updated: November 23, 5:01 am)
SHEPHERDSVILLE — Starting in early 2013, customers of the Bullitt County Sanitation District will be facing a rate increase.
And, after Bullitt Fiscal Court approved an ordinance last week, that increase could occur annually.
With no public discussion, fiscal court members voted 3-2, with magistrates Joe Laswell and John Bradshaw in opposition, to allow the increase to be based on the Consumer Price Index as of October.
District manager Jerry Kennedy said that based on average usage, the increase would be around 60-70 cents per month.
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