Thursday, April 19, 2012 at 4:00 am (Updated: April 19, 4:05 am)
SHEPHERDSVILLE - Residents of Shepherdsville might be seeing a few less trucks hauling water around in the city limits.
While the operation of the quarter machines which sell waters has been losing money for years, Shepherdsville officials have been hesitant to eliminate them.
However, with the loss of more than $3,000 in the past year, councilmembers will cut off the water both for individuals and for commercial water haulers at the end of April.
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