Wednesday, August 1, 2012 at 3:00 am (Updated: August 1, 3:06 am)
BROOKS - While there are no solutions in place, the wheels are turning to find a way to make the pumps begin to fully operate at the Big Valley sewage treatment center.
A problem for years, Bullitt County Sanitation District officials have been doing some minimal work to keep the plant in operation. But, district manager Jerry Kennedy recently told Bullitt Fiscal Court that the lack of funds would make that practice impossible.
The troubled plant has major renovations needed and Kennedy said the district didn’t have the funds to make that happen.
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