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Improvements to Oldham County’s roads will happen sooner than expected due to $420 million of federal stimulus dollars directed to road improvements in Kentucky. That money frees up money in the state budget, State Sen. Ernie Harris said. Harris, chair of the Senate Transportation Committee, said about $31 million will be directed to Oldham County in the next two years. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act will also fund more than $1 million worth of sidewalks and guardrails in Oldham County, and ensure that design of the East End bridge moves forward, Harris said.
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