Parts of Ky. 1600 been offered to local jurdisctions when Ky. 361 complete
By Marty Finley
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at 11:00 pm (Updated: February 13, 11:01 pm)
Elizabethtown City Council reviewed a package of access roads, frontage roads and rights-of-way the state has asked the city to maintain after Ky. 361, often referred to as the Elizabethtown-to-Radcliff Connector, is finished.
Planning Director Ed Poppe and City Engineer Scott Reynolds pointed the council to a map detailing 14 areas where the state has suggested the city take over maintenance. Poppe and Reynolds recommended the city accept all but one section: A private access to Elizabethtown Independent Schools property and residences on Cardinal Drive.
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