LOUISVILLE - Coming up with a regional sewage treatment plan could be a very costly situation.
But, on the other hand, it might be just as costly to do nothing.
The second in a series of public meetings on the Salt River Watershed sewer work group was held recently in Louisville.
The few who attended listened as engineers with Strand and Associates outlined some of the options…and the costs.
Bullitt, Jefferson and Oldham counties have the only agencies who are part of the work group.