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Four letters have been mailed but no fines have been issued since an ordinance requiring house numbers to be posted went into effect on Oct. 1.
"The ones that we have sent letters to have put numbers up," said Bonnie Childers, Campbellsville/Taylor County E-911 address coordinator. "Everyone has been really good about putting the numbers up."
The ordinance allows any home, business or rental property owner who doesn't have address numbers posted so they are visible from the road to be fined up to $100.
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