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News Release
Allen Blair
Information Officer
District 9
606.845.2551 Office
606.748.3716 Cell 
More than 80 attend second public meeting for KY 7 improvements in Elliott and Morgan Counties
 
FLEMINGSBURG, Ky. (April 22, 2015) – A second public meeting for a KY 7 highway improvement project in Elliott and Morgan counties drew more than 80 participants last week.
 
At the meeting, engineers and project team leaders discussed the project – the proposed reconstruction 10 miles of KY 7 from the southern city limits of Sandy Hook to the KY 711 intersection at Wrigley in Morgan County – and took public comments. Comments are accepted at public meetings, and 15 days afterward:
 
 
Click to download the questionnaire, then print and mail by May 1 with your comments!
 
Click to view a map of the project area, including proposed routes for the improved highway (coming soon)
 
 
 
 
PREVIOUS INFORMATION
Paving scheduled to start Monday on AA Highway at Maysville
                                                  Expect lane closures, delays
 
FLEMINGSBURG, Ky. (Sept. 13, 2013) – Motorists should expect traffic impacts the next two to three weeks as paving takes place along a three-mile section of the AA Highway (KY 9) at Maysville.
 
Beginning Monday, Sept. 16, contractors will resurface the AA Highway beginning at mile marker 7 at Strodes Run Road past KY 11 and the shopping centers to mile marker 10 at the US 62 intersection. The work will require daily lane closures during work hours, approximately 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
 
Some sections of the AA Highway could be reduced to one lane each direction. And, travel could be on rough surfaces at times. Motorists should drive with caution and should expect slow traffic and possible delays.
 
The highway improvements are being made under a Kentucky Transportation Cabinet contract awarded to H.G. Mays Corporation for $782,442.50.
 
Road work schedules are subject to change depending on weather conditions. Motorists are asked to heed all warning signs and flaggers, drive carefully in work zones, and remain aware of workers and construction equipment at all times.

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