Wednesday, September 19, 2012 at 4:00 am (Updated: September 19, 4:01 am)
Within the next month, the Bullitt County Planning Commission will have a number of companies interested in completing the final portion of the comprehensive land-use plan.
Required to be adopted or readopted every five years, it has been since 1997 that the county has really looked at how the land is being used.
As a result, depending upon your side of the argument, the comprehensive plan is a jewel or it is an outdated fossil.
The point is that proposals are now being taken. A company could be hired to finish the plan.
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