Boyle County’s Road Department will be busy this summer as we construct a new bridge over Buster Pike and now, two roads will be resurfaced after Boyle County was notified they received a large portion of the Discretionary Road Aid from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
Judge Executive Trille L. Bottom announced Boyle County has gotten the final approvals that we have received a large grant to aid in the repair of county roads. “We are grateful to receive these funds to resurface Alum Springs Road (CR 1102) and Springfield Road (CR 1334). These two roads are in need of maintenance, but the cost exceeded our annual budget allowances. I am grateful for Governor Andy Beshear’s attention to Boyle County’s needs and for funding these two projects,” said Judge Bottom.
- Alum Springs Road will be resurfaced from mile point .786 north to Lebanon Road, (SR 34), approximately .755 of a mile.
- Springfield Road will be resurfaced from mile point 2.454, east to US 150, approx. 1.2 miles.
Roger Johnson, Public Works Director said, “We hope to begin these resurfacing projects as soon as the asphalt plant opens; hopefully in April.”
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Additional information can be given by calling:
Boyle County Judge Executive
Trille L. Bottom
859-238-1100 ext. 118