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Shelbyville may pursue reimbursement for clean-up costs

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By Steve Doyle

Shelbyville officials may take a bold step in trying to recoup the money taxpayers spend to clean up some problems caused by others.

At its next meeting on Feb. 18, the Shelbyville City Council will hear discussion about – and possibly a proposal for – a new ordinance that would allow the city to recoup its costs for cleaning up accidents involving visitors to the county.

Shelbyville Mayor Tom Hardesty previewed the concept at Thursday’s council meeting and promised to be back with a more formal initiative.


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