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Mayor Bill Sheckles presented what he called a “no frills budget” to the Bardstown City Council Tuesday and asked its members to study and be ready to talk about it at a June 3 work session.
The $45.5 million spending plan is $3 million more than the current-year budget, with nearly all of the increase being in the public utilities fund.
Combined utilities make up $38.1 million of the spending plan, and general government, which includes everything else — from public safety to recreation and streets — is $7.5 million of the budget.
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