Emergency Road Aid Money Awarded To Clark County

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Updated: 5/21/2013 10:08 pm
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced Tuesday that the Clark County Fiscal Court will receive $65,600 in County Road Aid emergency funds for a bridge on Fox Quisenberry Road (CR 1103).

The bridge serves numerous residences in Clark County.

The replacement will make it safer for school buses and other vehicles.
 
“It is important that we help communities fund emergency repairs to local roadways, because those routes are vital links to the state’s transportation network,” Transportation Secretary Mike Hancock said. “Solid transportation infrastructure is vital in Clark County and across the Commonwealth”.
 
Clark County is responsible for administering the work.
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