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Clark County gets state funds for pavement improvements

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced Tuesday the Clark County Fiscal Court will receive $481,000 of state money to resurface some roads in desperate need of repair. 
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Pothole repair work continues for Fayette County

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says that this advisory serves as an update for pothole repair work in Fayette County.
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Anderson County will receive state road repair funds

Anderson County will be getting emergency funds for road repair. 
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Emergency road aid funds awarded to Jessamine County

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced the Jessamine County Fiscal Court will receive $40,560 in County Road Aid emergency funds for a slide repair on Elmfork Road.
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Lane closures for road repair in Central Kentucky

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has announced dates for pothole repair work in Madison and Fayette counties.
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State awards emergency road funds to Bracken County

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced Thursday it will award $15,800 in emergency road aid funds to the Bracken County Fiscal Court. 

Gov. Bevin assures funding for road repair

Governor Matt Bevin reaffirmed today that two essential road aid programs will continue to operate in the Fiscal Year 2017.
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Clark County Receives $575,000 For Road Resurfacing

Clark County was approved for $575,000 from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to repair several sections of roads that were damaged by harsh weather last winter.
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Jessamine County Awarded Emergency Road Money

Jessamine County Fiscal Court will receive $248,600 in County Road Aid emergency funds for slip or slide repair on various county roads, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
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Jessamine County Awarded Emergency Road Money

Jessamine County Fiscal Court will receive $248,600 in County Road Aid emergency funds for slip or slide repair on various county roads, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.

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