Friday, November 16, 2012 at 11:49 am (Updated: November 17, 9:10 pm)
ISSUE: Multiple road projects OUR VIEW: Evidence Hardin County is worthy of investment
As Kentucky wrestles with a sluggish economy, there is a bright spot in state spending in Hardin County. It’s bright orange and there’s plenty of it.
Kentucky is operating on a tight budget and most state programs and services have had to adjust to budget cuts. Usually, that means local activity pulls back, too. But Hardin County road construction seems unaffected. Tens of millions of dollars in projects are moving forward.
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