There’s a new stink about the proposed Brownsboro school as officials debate who should provide sewer service to the property.
Members of Oldham County Fiscal Court will now decide whether to extend its interlocal agreement to provide sewer service to the Brownsboro school campus.
If the court decides not to provide sewer lines to the school, Crestwood Mayor Dennis Deibel said he’s prepared to annex the area into city limits and provide sewer service.
Either way, school district officials said the district will pay for the addition.
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