State Transportation Cabinet Announces $1.1 Million In Maintenance and Improvement To State Roads In EC
Darren Doyle, story:
Chief District Engineer Joe Plunk of the KY Transportation Cabinet of Bowling Green, District 3, gave a report on the state's proposed budget for maintaining and repairing state roads within Edmonson County for the rural secondary program's 2017-18 fiscal year at today's fiscal court meeting.
The total amount for Edmonson County was $1,156,986.00 that will used on secondary state roads in the county.
Over $352K is budgeted for general routine maintenance and traffic on 88.9 miles of roads in the county.
An additional $310K for resurfacing and drainage work on 3.5 miles of KY 238 (Sunfish School Rd) beginning at at the intersection of KY 185 was included.
$308K was listed for for resurfacing and drainage work for almost 3 miles of KY 422 (Pig Road) beginning at US 31W as well as $38K for drainage work on a box culvert located on KY 238 near Duvall Cemetery Road.
The remaining amounts were $3,862 for County Judge expenses and almost $143K for flex funds, which are used on county roads.