Wednesday, November 21, 2012 at 5:00 am (Updated: November 21, 5:03 am)
SHEPHERDSVILLE — If funding continues to fall for education, officials must find other ways to generate revenue.
In Bullitt County, a pair of unlikely sources have returned thousands of dollars to the coffers.
One is an on-going savings while another is present only when the opportunity arises.
Kimberly Joseph, the district’s energy coordinator, said that in the past year, conservation measures, as well as steps taken to improve efficiency, saved Bullitt County taxpayers nearly $500,000 in utility costs.
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