When it comes to the taxing districts in Shelby County, you can call them something different and require them to submit their budgets, but not much else has changed.
By Lisa King
Wednesday, July 17, 2013 at 3:00 am (Updated: July 17, 3:01 am)
Legislation signed into law May 1 by Gov. Steve Beshear that is touted to bring more transparency to special taxing district won’t really change dramatically the way those districts tax the public or spend the money they receive.
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