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New LBN/Greensburg Road, Edmonton interchange underway

2014-04-09 - Metcalfe County, KY - Photo from Lorrie Gilpin. Groundbreaking is today at Metcalfe Recycling Center, 990 Industrial Drive, Edmonton, KY, at 3pmCT, Wed., April 9, 2014 for the new Cumberland Parkway/Louie B. Nunn interchange at US 68/Greensburg Road, though work is already well underway. Metalfe County Judge Greg Wilson said that Gov. Steve Beshear will be present for the event, and Agriculture Commissioner James Comer is expected. Judge Wilson said that the interchange may be complete by November 1 of this year. The project is seen as a major development for Adair, Russell and the entire Lake Cumberland area, as well as for the Columbia Superwalmart and Holladay Place in Columbia. - EW
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