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David Dick announces rural secondary roads for coming year

2013-04-10 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo By Ed Waggener. It's a bit like Christmas when David Dick District 8, Kentucky Highway Department, Somerset, KY, appears at Adair Fiscal Court, Tuesday, April 9, 2013, to read the list of Flex Fund roads to be built in the coming year. This year, five projects, totaling 7.625 miles, at an estimated cost of $314,016, were recommended for improvement and were unanimously approved by Adair Fiscal Court. stretches are on Snake Creek Road (Ky 2869), Sanders Ridge Road (Ky 2970), Basel-Weed Road (KY 768), Pelham Branch Road (KY 767), and Cane Valley Road (KY 767). As he spoke, Duo-County Telecom videographer Ramie Hutchison filmed for tonight Channel 2 report on the meeting.
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