• Business gets closer to Fox Chase limits

        FOX CHASE - The city of Fox Chase is primarily a residential area located within Northern Bullitt County.
        However, with Preston Highway expanding a little closer to city limits, there is concern for potential business growth along the Preston corridor bordering the city limits.
        Rocky Comito, the Fox Chase representative on the Bullitt County Joint Planning and Zoning Commission, discussed the situation at the July city council meeting.

  • Network Associates ready to help you

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - An area computer solutions company is ready to further its assistance in the Bullitt County Area.
        Network Advocates, based in Louisville, has officially joined the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce.
        Locally owned, Network Advocates has provided 18 years of computer solutions for businesses, receiving an A+ grade from the Better Business Bureau.
        President Tom Troutman said the company’s goal was to provide secure IT for businesses big or small.

  • Ky. Eye vision takes it to new ‘sight’

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Kentucky Eye Care had a vision to move forward in the community.
        The local company first opened in August 2014 on Joe B. Hall Ave. next to Seven County Services.
        A ribbon cutting was hosted to celebrate the company’s new location on Adam Shepherd Parkway in the Shepherd’s Crossing Shopping Center.
        Opthamologist Lucy Franklin said the business moved into the new location to allow more space for other services.

  • Fire District board to move meetings back to main firehouse

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- While there was come concern over which seven of the eight board members who sat on the table, the Southeast Bullitt Fire District Board took action to return its meetings to old surroundings.

    The board unanimously voted to change the meeting dates to the third Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. 

    And they also unanimously voted to have the meetings at the main firehouse on Highway 245.

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  • SAFE CITY...MW ranks in state’s top 10

     MOUNT WASHINGTON — When it comes to safety, the city of Mount Washington makes the top 10. 

    According to the SafeWise Report, the city of Mount Washington was ranked the No. 8 safest municipality in Kentucky.

  • Property owners to all get to share in cost of dispatch operations

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt Fiscal Court has found a way to legally assist in covering the expenses associated with its 911 Central Dispatch Center.

    With Dennis Mitchell in opposition, Bullitt Fiscal Court recently voted 4-1 to impose a $36 annual fee on property tax bills.

    The revenue generated would be earmarked to the Central Dispatch expenses.

    The current $1 per month fee associated with each landline would be eliminated.

  • Fiscal court looks to remove SE officials

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- In an effort to resolve the differences between two fire entities, Bullitt Fiscal Court is taking a bold step.

    After meeting in executive session, the court voted unanimously to have county attorney John Wooldridge begin the removal process of Southeast Bullitt Fire District Board members Tom Kelly and Kevin Moulton.

    This comes just weeks before a mediation session is slated between the Southeast Bullitt Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department and the Southeast Bullitt Fire District Board.

  • Lebanon Junction proposes hike in sewer rates to cover expenses

        LEBANON JUNCTION— Raising rates is never fun but, as Lebanon Junction mayor Larry Dangerfield stated during July’s city council meeting, it’s something that needs to be done.
        “We’ve discussed it before,” he said. “It’s pretty obvious we lack in the area of needing sewer money to do the projects we have. Like I’ve said in the past, if we did not have the money to fund the project last time without borrowing, how are we going to have the money to pay it back?”

  • Hebron Estates looking to permit process in future

        HEBRON ESTATES -- Sometimes governmental agencies need to have a permitting process to retain some control over development in their area.
        The Hebron Estates City Commission is looking at ways to regulate work done along its streets and encroachments onto its roadways.
        After a recent incident which could be causing some 911 issues, city officials talked about ways to get more control.