SHEPHERDSVILLE — School groups may have another way to raise funds in the near future.
And it will be a way to beautify the community.
Due to a change in some of the allowable reimbursements in the litter abatement program, Bullitt County solid waste coordinator Larry Hatfield said he is looking at other ways to spend the allocated funds.
The county is slated to receive $72,000 in state funds for 2009 to use on litter abatement projects.
For the past year, Hatfield said the county would have to return about $28,900 to the state.
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