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Traffic stopped in both directions on Fairground Street

2014-07-22 - Fairground at Young Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Traffic was stopped in both directions this early Tuesday morning while workmen unloaded a sequenced equipmment to "mill" pavement on Young Street, KY 2290, to repave the road. The .0614 mile asphalt resurfacing project is one of six "Flex Fund" projects paid for by the Kentucky Highway Department and approved by Adair County Fiscal Court in its March, 2014 regular session. Other projects include KY 1913, Coburg Road, from the Adair-Taylor County line a total of 0.629 miles asphalt resurfacing; KY 2972, Cane Valley Mill Road, from KY767/2288 to KY 55, a total of 2.624 miles asphalt resurfacing; KY 900, Cundiff Glens Fork Road, from 0.297 iles N of Crocus View Road to Arlis Grant Road, 2.624 miles asphalt resurfacing; and KY 551/Knifley Road, from 0.10 miles north of Renfro Road to 0.04 miles north of Plum Point Road, 1.033 miles asphalt resurfacing.

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