Rep. Dean Schamore Delivers for Breckinridge & Hancock Counties

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The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is sending nearly $600,000 to Breckinridge County this fall to repair its local roads, and that funding “will mean a lot smoother driving for all of us,” state Rep. Dean Schamore said this morning.

This morning, Governor Andy Beshear announced that the county would be getting $90,000 for three repaving projects.  This is on top of the $500,000 that the county received from the Transportation Cabinet earlier this year for other local road repairs and repaving during the summer.

“I was proud to work with County Judge Executive Maurice Lucas, the fiscal court, Governor Beshear and Transportation Cabinet officials to make this money available,” Rep. Schamore said.  “These projects will make a significant difference for those who regularly use these roads, and that especially includes making them much safer.  I’m looking forward to the day when this work is complete, while realizing there is still more needing to be done.”

Also announced today, The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is sending $520,000 to Hancock County this summer and fall to repair its local roads, and that funding “will make a significant difference for those who count on these roads, ” state Rep. Dean Schamore said this morning.

Governor Andy Beshear announced that the county would be getting $432,000 for 10 repaving projects.  This is on top of the $88,000 that the county received earlier this summer for other local repairs and repaving.

“I was proud to work with County Judge Executive Johnny Roberts, the fiscal court, Governor Beshear and Transportation Cabinet officials to make this money available,” Rep. Schamore said.