County and state road crews have removed more than 52,000 yards of ice-storm debris from LaRue County’s right of ways, according to Timmy Brown, county road supervisor.
Brown, addressing LaRue County Fiscal Court magistrates meeting Tuesday at the courthouse in Hodgenville, said crews have completed debris pickup and are rechecking roads for missed debris and broken limbs hanging in tress.
Tommy Turner, county judge-executive, told magistrates the disposal alone carries a $300,000 price tag.
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