Emergency Funds Awarded to Ryland Heights for Road to Be Repaired
A slide repair project will soon get underway in Ryland Heights.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet on Thursday announced that the eastern Kenton County city will receive $40,000 from the state's municipal road aid emergency funds.
The slide repair work will take place on Tecumseh Road to make it safer for vehicles. The slide extends about a tenth of a mile to around a quarter-mile south of Porter Road.
“The Bevin administration is committed to the Cabinet’s mission of providing a safe, reliable transportation network for all Kentuckians,” said Transportation Secretary Greg Thomas. “These emergency funds will help local governments repair and restore damaged infrastructure throughout their communities.”
The City of Ryland Heights is responsible for administering the work.
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