Health staff also worried about impact on pension

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Department could see major expense due to added amount of retirement payments

 SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The good news is that your might have over $600,000 in surplus funds.

The bad news is that retirement benefit changes might require you to come up with another $465,000.

The moral of the story is that the Bullitt County Public Health Board will not be spending any excess fees in the near future.

Bullitt County Health Department director Andrea Renfrow said that the good news in terms of revenue is that frugal spending and some state assistance will result in the district having surplus funds.

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