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Public hearing for Heartland Parkway project tonight

Taylor County residents set to meet tonight at Taylor County High School, 300 Ingram Drive, Campbellsville, KY in a meeting which will cover the same material as presented earlier this week at Adair County High School. (Apologies, we can't find whether CM received notification of that meeting). According to Chris Jessie, some 68-70 people attended the event in Columbia. The big difference will be in the invited landowners. All affected Adair County landowners got individual invitations for the Columbia event. All Taylor County Residents invited to tonight's, but the handouts and displays will be the same. Every one is welcom to attend - CM

By Chris Jessie, Public Information Officer
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Elizabethtown, KY

ELIZABETHTOWN, KY (August 8, 2013) - Kentucky Transportation Cabinet representatives will be conducting a public hearing to collect input from residents regarding the proposed Heartland Parkway this afternoon and evening at Taylor County High School. The doors will open at 4pmCT/5pmCT, for viewing of the preferred alternative and other display materials. This project includes information on the proposed Campbellsville Bypass.

There will be a presentation at 4:45pmCT/5:45pmET to describe the project´┐Żs conception, current status and future plans. Meeting materials are posted on the KYTC website at the following address: HeartlandParkwayPublic Meeting \

This story was posted on 2013-08-08 14:13:06
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