About 10 and a half miles of state maintained roadways will be re-surfaced in Christian County in the coming months after a plan was given the go-ahead by Christian Fiscal Court this morning.
Lawson Bordley and Brad Hauck represented the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet in presenting the state’s paving plans, which includes about four miles of re-surfacing on Greenville Road between the 30 and 34 mile-markers. Just over five miles will get new blacktop on Crofton-Fruit Hill Road between the 9 and 14 mile-markers and a mile and a half will be re-surfaced on Cox Mill Road going east from the KY 164 intersection.
Judge-Executive Steve Tribble says the Transportation Cabinet tries to prioritize which roads need work the soonest.
The Judge says he was pleased with the state recommendations and didn’t see a need to make any changes.
In other action, Fiscal Court signed a memorandum of understanding with the Minority Economic Development Initiative to allow it to administer its own loan program as long as all documents are open records.