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SHEPEHRDSVILLE - Various agencies are putting together numbers to show the costs associated with the recent ice storm.
And, for Bullitt County government, it looks like the cost will be around $180,000.
Emergency Management Agency director Mike Phillips said he expects the county to have over 87 percent of that cost covered through the federal and state governments.
The county has been able to purchase a $36,000 chipper and a $15,000 generator for the Mount Elmira tower, which is used to keep radio frequencies operating.
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