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Russell Co. Fiscal Court receives $140,000 for Arles Hale Road

Russell County Judge Executive Gary Robertson has received $140,000 in Discretionary Funds to reimburse the County for $140,000 spent to resurface the two mile Arles Hale Road, a two mile connector road between Airport Road and KY 92.

The road is a highly traveled one, Judge Robertson said, connecting the French Valley industrial park with the Russell County Airport.

The money was committed in November 2015, in the closing days of the last administration.

The $140,000 check brings the total amount of discretionary road funds received by the Russell County Fiscal Court to $240,000 for the year. Together with $425,000 in Flex Funds, the county received a total of $671,000 in road aid from the State of Kentucky 2015.



This story was posted on 2016-01-28 11:06:51
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