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[Louisville - Jefferson County]
Metro Louisville Government to Take Over Maintenance of All State Roads in Jefferson County
Posted: 31-Mar-2009 9:40PM CDT

Beginning April 1, 2009 the Louisville-Jefferson County metro government will take over maintenance of state roads and state controlled traffic signals in Jefferson County. The state will pay the metro government for the maintenance expenses.

More information: Louisville Courier-Journal: Louisville to maintain state roads; City will be paid millions a year; 66 jobs to be added (March 26, 2009) [Outside Link]

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