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  • Over 500 acres may be opened up for new industry

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- If light industrial customers are looking for a place to relocate, the Shepherdsville City Council just opened up over 530 acres for development.

    The council unanimously voted to rezone 532 acres from Agricultural to Light Industrial around the future interchange on Interstate 65.

    The property could not be developed — other than site work preparing for infrastructure — until bids are let on the interchange, which is just south of the current Exit 116 at Cedar Grove Road.

  • City to have four trash bids to consider

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Four bidders hope to gain the sanitation business over the next four years in the city of Shepherdsville.

    And this comes even though the current carrier has filed a lawsuit against the city due to over $150,000 being owed in delinquent payments.

    Shepherdsville City Council members did not make any decision after bids were opened from the four companies.

    A major change made by the city a couple of months ago may have given the current bidders reason to consider providing service.

  • Court withholds payments to state

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Bullitt County officials made a deal with the state revenue cabinet and former sheriff David Greenwell to help pay off a debt.

    However, Bullitt Fiscal Court voted unanimously to withhold payments for the months of September, October and November.

    That $638,860.87 debt was incurred by the sheriff’s office when the system of funding changed.

    As part of the agreement, Bullitt Fiscal Court agreed to pay $14,000 per month to the state through December 2018, when a final payment of $162,860.87 would be due.

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  • Hillview subdivision gets commission approval for additional residential homes

     HILLVIEW - A subdivision plan that would further expand the city of Hillview has received a favorable recommendation by the Bullitt County Joint Planning and Zoning Commission.

    Dogwood Homes of Kentucky received the recommendation for 36 lots, known as Round Rock Section 2, which will be come an extension of the current Round Rock subdivision. 

    The property is located along Christman Lane, off of Zoneton Road.

  • Council will get look at findings in special audit within week

     SHEPHERDSVILLE  -- Within the next few days, city officials might get a peak at the findings from an accounting firm hired to do a more extensive inspection at the 2015-16 fiscal year.

    Carol Richards, a member of the committee working on the audit of the Shepherdsville books, said that his contact with the accounting firm of Jones Nale and Mattingly led him to understand that the city council would get a copy of the findings by Nov. 13.

  • Hebron Estates motorists have smoother sailing with no debt

     HEBRON ESTATES  -- The bill has been paid for recent paving work.

    The Hebron Estates City Commission approved spending over $156,000 with Hall Contracting to do resurfacing work on Burkland Boulevard and several other spots.

    That work has been done and the payment from the road fund and general fund has been made.

    During the October meeting of the city commission, little was on the agenda.

    Pioneer Village police chief D.J. Reynolds reported that very few speeding tickets had been given to students racing to get to school.

  • Aloha Coffeehouse opens its doors

     HILLVIEW—As the weather gets colder, a coffeehouse in Hillview provides an oasis retreat.

    Aloha Coffeehouse, located at 5219 Mount Washington Road, offers an assortment of lattes, frappes, hot and iced teas, desserts, sandwiches and snacks.

    “We have some really cool specialty drinks,” owner Brittney Wilkerson said. 

  • Traffic signal at Bogard not in plan

     MOUNT WASHINGTON  -- Highway 44 wasn’t going to be widened.

    However, as alternative option to help make the heavily-traveled road a little safer was the announcement that several intersection improvements would be made.

    Turn lanes and traffic signals were installed at Armstrong Lane and Bells Mill Road.

    With the third intersection improvement planned for Bogard Lane, the expectations were that a traffic light would be part of the package.

  • Spray park may be part of future at old BC pool begins

     PIONEER VILLAGE — A spray park may be open to youngsters in the Shepherdsville area next year.

    But county officials will wait until spring to make needed repairs to the Maryville pool.

    Both were pool-related discussion points for members of Bullitt Fiscal Court.

    Assistant parks director Ed Etherton had brought the issue of leaking pipes at the Maryville pool to members of Bullitt Fiscal Court at an earlier meeting.

    American Leak Detection had worked on the pool previously and gave Etherton a quote to make the repairs.