The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has announced that Caldwell County has been awarded $227,000 in grants to go towards road repaving projects.
According to a news release, Caldwell County Fiscal Court will use the funds to resurface Brown Hill Road, Cummins Road and Orange Road. The county will receive reimbursement for repairs to correct cracks, potholes and base failures.
Caldwell County Judge-Executive Ellen Dunning says these roads as being among the most critical in the county. He says, “These roads are in dire need of extensive rehabilitation, and with the allocated funds, we can provide more safety to persons and property on these heavily traveled roads. I would like to take this opportunity to personally thank Gov. Matt Bevin for his commitment to preserving Kentucky roads.”