SHEPHERDSVILLE -- As temperatures finally reached the 80s, county officials were still thinking snow.
Well, snowguards, that is.
After seeing most of the guards atop the judicial center fall to the ground during the past winter, county officials began talking in January about solving the situation.
The previous year, snow falling off the courthouse struck several vehicles in the parking lot.
But as winter turns into spring and summer is quickly arriving, a solution to the problem is no closer to reality.
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