SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt County government must have a budget approved by July 1 but it wasn't going to be decided on Friday night at a special meeting.
After listening to several comments from the audience, magistrates opted to return on Tuesday night to make a final decision on the proposed $18.9 million budget.
Each of the magistrates, as well as county judge Melanie Roberts, expressed concerns about the proposed budget as reasons to not vote.
In fact, all five fiscal court members voted against the proposal.
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