30 words or less Residents not covered in a fire district may have to choose between a fire tax or higher insurance rates due to higher ISO ratings.
By Thomas Barr
Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at 1:12 am (Updated: December 12, 1:19 am)
LEBANON JUNCTION - A stretch of property between the city of Lebanon Junction and the coverage area of the Southeast Bullitt Fire District has been called “no man’s land” for years.
Back in 1982, a small portion of Wilson Creek Road was properly formed into a fire protection district through fiscal court.
But, since then, fires fought outside the Lebanon Junction city limits in areas like Wilson Creek Road, Mount Carmel Road and Belmont has been done by the municipal fire department.
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