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[Commonwealth of Kentucky]
Cleanup from Recent Storms Continues
Posted: 19-Feb-2009 11:09PM CST

The state is still cleaning up from recent ice and wind storms.

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[Commonwealth of Kentucky]
Pink Pennants Proliferate; Public Ponders Purpose
Posted: 19-Feb-2009 10:52PM CST

From the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Dept. of Highways District 12:

Pink Flag
What's with those pink flags?
HIGHWAY DISTRICT 12 – February 17 2009 – The pink flags you’ve seen on the shoulders of highways throughout Eastern Kentucky have nothing to do with road work.
They are pin flags which mark search locations for possible petroleum and natural gas.
Dawson Geophysical Company is surveying data in 109 of Kentucky’s 120 counties. The process uses ATVs mounted with large pneumatic tires. The vehicles send high frequency vibrations into the ground, providing energy to create images of what lies underneath. In addition, geophone receivers are used to record data from other tracts of land within the survey. The technical name for what is being done is a vibroseis geophysical seismic survey.
Now you know.
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[Commonwealth of Kentucky]
State to Sell $75 Million in Bonds to City and County Roads
Posted: 1-Apr-2005 3:51AM CST

The state government will sell $75 million in County Road and Municipal Road bonds: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet: Governor Fletcher announces award of $75 million in County Road and Municipal Aid bonds;

Money awarded to eligible communities as part of newly passed budget (March 23, 2005) [Outside Link]

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