SHEPHERDSVILLE - The business seeing the biggest growth in Bullitt County over the past couple of years has been wineries.
But could their future be in danger without proper zoning changes?
Bullitt County planning assistant administrator Roanne Hammond has been studying ways to protect these businesses.
One solution could be to allow wineries, and other like establishments, to apply for an agri-tourism conditional-use permit through the Board of Adjustment.
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