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[Commonwealth of Kentucky]
State Will Help Shelby County with Litter Pickup
Posted: 20-Feb-2004 7:33AM CST
Topics: [Shelby County]

After complaints over the unsightliness of the county's thoroughfares, Transportation Cabinet District 12 employees will help accompany county prisoners picking up litter along I-64 and other litter "hot spots" in Shelby County.

The article from the Shelbyville Sentinel-News includes some interesting tidbits about how the carcasses of dead animals are disposed. In the past crews have disposed of as many as twelve deer along I-64 in a single day. Deer are usually buried in the spot they are found, and smaller animals are removed to location in the median of I-64 near Frankfort were the carcasses are buried.

More information: Shelbyville Sentinel-News: State will help with county litter (Feb. 13, 2004) [Outside Link]

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Updated: 20-Feb-2004 7:33AM CST

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