Roads include Lock, Cedar Brook, Kays, Fairview, Bonds Mill
By BEN CARLSON
Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at 9:36 am
The Anderson County Fiscal Court approved nearly $700,000 in paving projects during its meeting last Tuesday night.
Nearly $600,000 of that amount is being provided by the state’s Rural Secondary Road program and will be used on a 5.3-mile stretch of Kays and Fairview roads between Highway 52 and US 62, which was last resurfaced in 2000.
Another $100,000 will be used on a 1.3-mile stretch of Bonds Mill Road, which was also resurfaced in 2000 and leads to the distillery at Four Roses.
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