SHEPHERDSVILLE – Thanks to changes in the latest Census figures, Bullitt County roads will get a little extra work in the coming fiscal year.
“Bullitt County is getting a lot of things this year,” said Matt Bullock, chief engineer for District Five of the state transportation cabinet.
In the rural secondary road program, Bullitt County is slated to receive $1.2 million for work on its 71 miles of pavement.
Of that amount, $396,300 is set aside for normal maintenance work on the roads which are part of the rural secondary program.
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