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[Commonwealth of Kentucky]
Webster County Fiscal Court Considers Paving All County Roads
Posted: 17-Oct-2004 8:31AM CDT
Topics: [Webster County]

During a discussion of the condition of roads through out the county at the September 27 meeting of the Webster County Fiscal Court, Judge Executive Jim Townsend proposed paving all of the roads in the county. Under the proposal the county would borrow around $5 million to cover the paving costs, and then pay off the money over a ten to twelve year period. The fiscal court must now choose whether or not to act on the proposal.

It was also suggested that logging companies purchase permits before hauling logs over county roads. This would allow the county to monitor damage caused to roads by logging operations.

More information: Webster County Journal Enterprise: Fiscal Court concerned over county road conditions (Sept. 29, 2004) [Outside Link]

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Updated: 17-Oct-2004 8:31AM CDT

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