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June 21, 2013

Commissioners commit $2.4 million to heavy-haul road

New road will connect port directly to River Ridge



“If you had a big bowl of water, and county general was a cup floating in the middle of it, it doesn’t mean you don’t have any water - it just means you don’t have any water in the cup,” Snelling said. “No checks will bounce.”

The commissioners will likely be able to approve the payment of all claims when they reconvene today, Elder said. 

A call placed with Rodden was not returned Thursday.



The commissioners unanimously approved the award of bridge work on bridge No. 155, which connects Brown Station Way to Spring Street in New Albany. 

The low bidder for the project was Gohmann Asphalt, with a bid of $147,215. County Engineer Brian Dixon recommended that the commissioners accept the bid. 

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