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With the blessing of the Public Works Committee, Hardin Fiscal Court approved naming Ky. 361 Patriot Parkway during its voting meeting Tuesday afternoon.
The new name for the road, often referred to as the Elizabethtown-to-Radcliff Connector, has already been accepted by Elizabethtown City Council and now moves to Radcliff for approval.
The bulk of the connector will run through unincorporated areas of the county once completed with smaller portions located in Elizabethtown and Radcliff, said Judge-Executive Harry Berry.
In other business, Fiscal Court approved a deal with Miller Logging to harvest timber at the Pearl Hollow Landfill with a $250,000 payment to the county. Berry said the contract marks the second phase of the county’s timber harvest program, which has already reaped thousands.
The court also approved the hiring of James Richard DeWitt as a human resource specialist and safety coordinator, a grade 12 position with a step one salary of roughly $30,985.50 annually, according to the resolution.