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Business

  • Lebanon Junction looks at water pressure issues

     LEBANON JUNCTION -- The water pressure problem continues in Lebanon Junction. 

    At the July council meeting, discussion continued about problems with some residents’ water pressure since the city changed over to Louisville Water at the beginning of the year.

    A representative from Kentucky Engineering PLLC told the council they plan to present a draft of solutions at the next meeting.

    Council member Tim Sanders asked why they would be having problems with the water pressure when all that happened was change of supplier.

  • New business looks for better ‘results’ for their PT clients

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - If you looking for a “hands on” approach to physical therapy and a quicker road to recovery, a business might be just what you are looking for in Bullitt County.

    Results Physiotherapy opened  its newest physical therapy clinic Monday in the Cedar Grove Shopping Center, across from the Amazon Fulfillment Center.

    According to Brooke Blackford, sales and marketing representative for the Central Tennessee-based company, this was the perfect area to open its fifth clinic in Kentucky.

  • Ribbon Cutting: Rogers Photography

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - Professional photographer Alexandra Rogers can see her own self-portrait, one that includes a successful business.

    Rogers and her company, Alexandra Rogers Photography, are the newest members of the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce, who hosted a ribbon cutting to mark the occasion.

    A native of Columbia, Rogers earned degrees in photography and cinematography before moving to the United States.

  • BBB Tips: Purchasing PGA Tickets

      As the PGA Championship approaches, many consumers will be starting to look for last minute tickets. BBB warns consumers of scammers taking advantage of anyone looking for a great last minute deal.

  • Enjoy a gentle ride down Salt River on a tube

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- What a nice way to spend a summer afternoon.

    While the sun may be blazing, a nice trip down the tree-shaded river in a tube might provide that perfect way to relax.

    For years, people have looked at the Salt River and discussed ways to make it more of a recreational attraction.

    There are those who will do a little fishing and others will jump in a kayak or a canoe.

    Now, there is another way to utilize the resources of the Salt River.

  • County wants funds back from city

     HILLVIEW - Bullitt County officials believe that they have sent too many payments to the city of Hillview to cover a long-standing interlocal agreement.
    The two bodies reached an agreement when Bullitt County imposed its insurance premium tax. Instead of taking a portion or all of the money collected from policyholders inside the municipal boundaries, Hillview would receive a check.
    Now, with the city of Hillview starting to take a portion of the tax, the question is how much was paid by the county which should be recovered.

  • Sunday sales request to be altered before vote taken

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - For the past couple of years, owners of Little Rick’s bar and grill in Lebanon Junction have been lobbying for help.

  • BBB Hot Topics: July 2014

    Check out the latest scams and bad business in BBB’s July 2014 Hot Topics!
     
    1.    BBB is receiving calls from local consumers saying they are getting calls from themselves! Scammers are using Spoofing Technology to impersonate businesses, police departments, and your own number! The technology is used to get victims to pick up the phone when they normally wouldn’t answer an unfamiliar number. Victims report the scammers are trying to get their personal information.

  • Wight-Meyer Winery makes history in Commissioner’s Cup competition

     LEXINGTON, Ky. — Wight-Meyer Vineyard and Winery of Shepherdsville became the first Kentucky winery to win the Commissioner’s Cup for the top Kentucky wine in more than one category at the 2014 Kentucky Commonwealth Commercial Wine Competition & Commissioner’s Cup on Saturday in Lexington.

  • MW begins new trash collection schedule

     MOUNT WASHIGTON - Local officials hope a new adjustment to their trash pickup will help alleviate traffic problems on Highway 44.

    Mayor Joetta Calhoun told the Mount Washington City Council recently that one bide had been received.

    Rumpke, the current city hauler, submitted the lone bid.

    However, the rates have gone up.

    Laurie Probus, a representative from Rumpke, told the council the franchise fee has increased the cost.

    Residents can expect to see an $2.70 increase on their monthly trash/recycling bill starting July 1.