Monday, January 28, 2013 at 1:02 pm (Updated: January 28, 1:32 pm)
SHEPHERDSVILLE - The long-debated, often-questioned decision to run a large gravity-fed sewer line under the Salt River is starting to pay off.
Over seven years ago, the city of Shepherdsville undertook a project to install a large interceptor line under the river to basically take all the sewage from north of the river to the treatment plant.
This entailed creating a special project team with employees and equipment to do only that work.
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