SHELBYVILLE CITY COUNCIL - City reviews MS4 program

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Kentucky Changers presents to council

By Ashley Sutter

City engineer and public works director Jennifer Herrell gave members of the Shelbyville City Council an overview of the MS4 (Municipal Seperate Storm Sewer Systems) Program during the regularly scheduled council meeting Thursday. 

There are 104 governing entities in the program and once invited, those entities must participate.

Shelby County, Herrell said, recently came on board to the program, which oversees "ditches, culverts, streets, curb inlets, anything that can collect water and discharge it."

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