Noah Bledsoe Road From HWY 101 To Denham Road Gets Resurfaced
Darren Doyle, story and photos:
It's not breaking news when county road crews are out working on county roads, due to the fact that it's what they do everyday. It's a year-round and often thankless job, but local crews work hard in ways that often times get little attention.
Today local crews are resurfacing a portion of Noah Bledsoe Road at HWY 101 out to the junction of Denham Road. While they won't be finished today, crew workers are advising local residents that work will likely continue for the next few days and to please have patience while they continue their work.
Most of us jump in our vehicles and take off, not giving any thought to the resources it takes to keep Edmonson County roads in proper working order and looking good. Not just that, but draining ditches and road tiles are also maintained by local crews and they do a great job.
Our local state highway crews do the same things, only on state roads throughout the county, and those workers are to be commended as well. Those are the roads that are numbered; 743, 259, etc., while county roads are named; Beaver Dam Church Road, E.G. Nash Road, etc.
So while it may be an inconvenience for a few days while local roads receive resurfacing and maintenance, please use caution and know that Edmonson County Road crews are working hard to keep our roads the best they can be.