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Corydon Residents Dislike US 60 Proposal
Posted: 27-Apr-2002 11:04PM CDT

Residents near Corydon dislike the state's preferred alternative for the widening of US 60 in western Henderson County. The Department of Highways has picked Alternative 3 for the project. This alternative closely follows the existing right-of-way of US 60 except for a bypass around Corydon. Residents are concerned that the highway will ruin their front yards, and eleven residences will be removed due to the extra right of way required by the widened highway.

The state's plans have been submitted to the Federal Highway Administration. If the plans are approved, right-of-way acquisition is planned to begin in 2005.

More information: MyInKy.com: Highway officials sticking with original U.S. 60 plan (Apr. 11) [Outside Link] (no longer online), MyInKy.com: U.S. 60-West reversal unlikely (Apr. 12) [Outside Link] (no longer online)

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Updated: 27-Apr-2002 11:04PM CDT

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