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Old Zion gets traffic lights - for bridge project

2013-03-30 - Glens Fork Creek Bridge, KY 55, Adair County, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Friday afternoon March 29, 2013, traffic headed south on KY 55 for the Ken Hill's Fish Fry at Hardscratch General Store & Deli had to go through a traffic light to reach this narrow pass across the Glens Fork Bridge. A second traffic light can be seen in the northbound lane on the left. The crest of the hill is Central Business District in Zion, with offices of Gaddie Shamrock Stone, out of view here, on the right, and the headquarters of Melson Roofing, Zion's other major employer, the white roofed building seen behind the traffic signal. The bridge and approaches are getting an additional 3 feet of width on each side of the road. Monday, county officials are planning a small ceremony early next week.
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