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  • Fiscal court tables requests by cities for interlocal agreement on projects

        SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Two municipalities hoping to get some work done by the county road department will have to wait a little longer.
        Bullitt Fiscal Court tabled a pair of interlocal agreements with the cities of Mount Washington and Hillview.
        County attorney John Wooldridge said the court could table both proposals as they were not complete.
        Missing from both documents was an amount to be paid for the work to be completed.

  • Fiscal Court turns down first attempt to hire new planning administrator

        SHEPHERDSVILLE -- It appeared that there was a candidate to fill the vacant seat of planning administrator in Bullitt County.
        However, that appointment was not approved by members of Bullitt Fiscal Court.
        A panel interviewed four candidates for the planning administrator’s position, which was left vacant with the resignation of Brian Richardson.
        Deputy judge Lisa Craddock said the candidate who resides in Virginia was “heads and shoulders” above those interviewed.

  • Council able to work out vote to select new mayor

        SHEPHERDSVILLE -- It may have been a task many didn’t believe could happen.
        But, with a standing room only crowd watching, the Shepherdsville City Council selected a mayor to serve out the remaining two-plus years of the term vacated by Scott Ellis last month.
        By a secret ballot vote of 4-1, with one person not making a selection, Curtis Hockenbury was elected to be mayor.

  • Hockenbury looks to remove ‘cloud’ hovering over city

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Curtis Hockenbury visited 1,702 homes during his campaign to be the next mayor of Shepherdsville.

    One of the overwhelming themes when Hockenbury talked with registered voters was that they had lost faith in their local government.

    On a cloudy, cool Wednesday, Hockenbury was sworn in as the mayor of Shepherdsville for the next 27 months.

    During that time, he hopes to eliminate the cloud sitting over the city’s boundaries and he hopes to restore confidence in government for the municipality’s 12,000 residents.

  • Hatfield to ask for forensic audit in Shepherdsville

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Councilman Larry Hatfield has been a part of city government in Shepherdsville for a long time.

    Serving one term as mayor and numerous others as a councilman, Hatfield has seen a city that has had money and a city that has not.

    As his final term is coming to a close, Hatfield said he will be asking for a forensic audit of the city’s finances.

  • Yes, Shepherdsville... You have a mayor!

        The city of Shepherdsville will have a mayor Wednesday as Curtis Hockenbury won a secret ballot Tuesday evening.

    With a standing room only audience, the Shepherdsville City Council selected Hockenbury, who was the first candidate to file this spring when a vacancy occurred in the final two years of Scott Ellis' ter.

    However, after a legal battle dismissed the resignation and reinstated Ellis, the latest resignation from office and duties came too late to place a new election on the November ballot.

  • Court removes two SE Bullitt members

                CLERMONT -- Unless there is a successful appeal in Bullitt Circuit Court, it appears that there will be two new members of the Southeast Bullitt Fire Protection District Board.
        Bullitt Fiscal Court unanimously voted to remove Thomas Kelly and Kevin Moulton from the Southeast fire board effective immediately.

  • MW could be site of businesses at Armstrong intersection

        MOUNT WASHINGTON—A rezoning request could result in a new neighborhood grocery store, gas station and restaurant on the outskirts of town.
        Currently zoned R-1 Residential, owner David Hall is looking to have the 2.02 acres of land located at the southwest corner of Armstrong Lane and Highway 44 East zoned B-1 Highway Business.
        If the zoning request is approved, the site will be the future home of an IGA Crossroads.

  • Newest Chamber member cuts ribbon

     HILLVIEW - The Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce and local officials welcome Branch Banking and Trust Company’s Hillview Financial Center as the newest Chamber member.

    The BB&T branch location, at 5205 Hansbrook Drive, has been serving the community since June 2006.

    The location dates back to being a branch of the Bank of Louisville in 1972.

    BB&T Hillview Financial Center is open Mondays through Thursdays from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Fridays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon.

  • Historic bank building to be auctioned off this Saturday

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- One of the oldest buildings in Shepherdsville will go on the auction block this Saturday.

    The building at the corner of Joe B. Hall Avenue and South Buckman Street, best known as the Bullitt County Bank, will go on the auction block at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 24.

    The building most recently served as PBI Bank. With the opening of a new facility on Adam Shepherd Parkway, the downtown location was closed in August 2014. The drive-thru remained open.