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Tires, household chemicals taken

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Disposal days set for October

By Thomas Barr

SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Interested in getting rid of old tires and household chemicals?

That will be a possibility in Bullitt County again this fall.

However, that won't happen at the same time.

Solid waste director Larry Hatfield said the commonwealth of Kentucky will pay for the waste tire collection program on Oct. 9-11.

While agreements have not been signed on the exact location, Hatfield is looking to hold the collection on property off Cedar Grove Road near Buffalo Run Road.


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