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Fair Board wants free water

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By Linda Ireland

For many years, the City of Hodgenville provided free water and sewer service to the privately-owned LaRue County Fairgrounds.
A change in administration led to a change in policy last summer – and an end to the free service.
Monday night, several Fair Board members appealed to City Council to reinstate the agreement.
Sandy Bell, fair board treasurer, described the fairgrounds as “nonprofitable.”
The last water bill for the fairgrounds was $1,009 – and Bell said she had to borrow the funds to pay it.


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