Clinton County receives emergency road aid funds

Posted May 14, 2014 at 2:15 pm

The Kentucky Department of Transportation has announced that Clinton County Fiscal Court will receive $125,000 in County Road Aid (CRA) emergency funds.

This money will be used for resurfacing on nine roads, making it safer for cars, school buses and other vehicles that rely upon these roadways.

The resurfacing includes all or parts of the following roads: Albany Landing; Haddix; Charlie Tallent; Hubbard; Phillips; Means; Jack Coop; Thomas Lee; and Mogg roads.

“These emergency funds are being used to repair roadways and to improve safety and mobility in Clinton County,” said Transportation Secretary Mike Hancock. These projects are an example of the cabinet’s commitment to providing a solid infrastructure in Clinton County and across the Commonwealth.”

“It is important that we help cities and counties fund repairs to local roads, because those routes are vital links in the state’s transportation network,” said Senator Sara Beth Gregory. “Solid infrastructure is vital in Clinton County and across the Commonwealth.”