During a visit to Knox County last week, Governor Matt Bevin announced major funding for both the City of Barbourville and Knox County.
The City will receive $62,000 for drainage replacement on Johnson Lane. The County will receive $760,964 in discretionary funding for pavement projects.
“Knox County is very appreciative of Governor Bevin and his willingness to promote and enhance safe travel by funding our local roads and infrastructure,” said Knox County Judge-Executive Mike Mitchell. “This funding enables us to maintain our local roads creating safer traveling for school buses and day-to-day travels back and forth to work.”
The City and County are responsible for seeing that the work is completed, and the state’s Transportation Cabinet will reimburse them for the projects.
Work to be completed include:
Johnson Lane (City Street 1033) — length of 800 feet
Resurfacing work will address:
East Barbourville Street (Cournty Road 1351H)
Callebs Creek Road (County Road 1068) — a distance of 1.2 miles
Spruce Pine Road (County Road 1066) — a distance of 1.215 miles
Little Bull Creek Road (County Road 1060) — a distance of 1.551 miles
Arapaho Trail (County Road 1327) — a distance of 0.254 miles
Jeffs Creek (County Road 1040) — a distance of 1.00 miles
Moores Creek Road (County Road 1126) — a distance of 2.00 miles
Callebs Creek Road (County Road 1068) — a distance of 0.630 miles
Noahville Lane (County Road 1612) — a distance of 0.245 miles
Noahville Lane Y (County Road 1612) — a distance of of 0.021 miles
Elliott Branch Road (County Road 1270) — a distance of 0.731 miles
West Wentworth Avenue (County Road 1418N) — a distance of 0.089 miles
East Caldwell Street (County Road 1418M) — a distance of 0.171 miles
Boone Way Street (County Road 1349F) — a distance of 0.100 miles
Norvell Road (County Road 1421) — a distance of 0.687 miles
Watch Road (County Road 1341) — a distance of 1.449 miles
Higgins Road (CR 1323) — a distance of 0.924 miles.