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November 17, 2003

Lincoln to resurface five roads

STANFORD - Fiscal court magistrates voted Friday to resurface five Lincoln County roads, at a cost of $160,000. The bituminous resurfacing has already begun on several sections of pavement.

Roads or sections of road slated for repavement are Blue Lick Road, Goshen Road, Boneyville Road, Goshen Cut-off and Neals Creek School Road. Repavement is scheduled to be finished "hopefully before the snow flies," said Judge-Executive Buckwheat Gilbert.

Work slows pickup at Gose Pike Center

Boyle County Solid Waste is making improvements to the Gose Pike Convenience Center. The work could cause long lines and will slow trash pickup there, said Donna Fechter, solid waste coordinator.


The improvements will be completed by Wednesday.

Free mulch available

Boyle County Solid Waste is giving away wood mulch 9 a.m. -3 p.m. Monday -Friday and 8 a.m. -noon on Saturday at the Perryville Convenience Center, 995 Harrodsburg Road. All are welcome. Bring pick-up trucks or dump trucks. For more information, call 238-1116.


Boyle County School Board - 7 p.m. Thursday at Junction City Elementary.

Danville City Commissioners - 8:30 a.m. Monday in city hall conference room. Agenda includes city manager screening committee discussion and executive session to discuss a new business coming to Danville and personnel.

Central Kentucky Chapter of American Red Cross annual meeting - Noon Wednesday at the chapter's new branch office at Liberty City Hall. A reception will be held from 1-3 p.m. The chapter will make its annual report to the public and elect officers.

Kentucky School for the Deaf school council - 7 p.m. Tuesday in Brady Hall conference room.

Junction City Elementary Site-based Council - 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the JCES library. A special meeting will be held at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in the school library for the second reading of the Reading First grant.

Garrard County Fiscal Court - 6:30 p.m. Monday. Agenda includes discussion of solid waste ordinance and second reading on solid waste ordinance; a bill to be paid; and an executive session concerning personnel.


Casey County Circuit Clerk's office will be closed Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday to move to new offices.|None***

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