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Last week, a sewer line had to be replaced at the courthouse in Shelbyville. The work began on Tuesday, February 7, 2022. A six-inch line replaced the existing four-inch line. The work was completed by Joe Elsen, County Commissioners, County Road and Bridge workers and employees from the City of Shelbyville. According to Shelby County Sheriff Arron Fredrickson, sewer was backing up in the inmates laundry room and showers. Fredrickson stated the 12 inmates in the jail had to be transferred to Macon County Jail while work was being completed. It cost the county $540 to have the inmates housed in Macon County. The photograph above shows dirt work being completed on Friday, February 10.