Fiscal Court continues to look at Delmont Church Road bridge situation
by Franklin Clark, Reporter -- fclark@cadizrecord.com
Mar 20, 2013 | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Work is continuing on the Delmont Church Road bridge situation, Trigg County Judge Executive Hollis Alexander said when the Trigg County Fiscal Court met Monday evening.

The county’s Transportation Committee will meet with City and County Engineer Frank Williams at 10 a.m. on Thursday in the basement of the Trigg County Courthouse Annex – where the Fiscal Court meets.

“The rubbling was done of the other bridge,” Alexander said. “We’re going to move and talk about where we go from here on that project.”

At the very end of the meeting, Delmont Church Road resident David Hazelmyer asked the Court to close off area around the former bridge the until the new bridge is complete. He says he waited 15 years for a bridge initially and doesn’t mind driving around, but that path should still be closed.

The Court took no action on this issue at the meeting.

“As long as there’s a path down there, there’s going to be people keep coming out of there, even when they know the thing’s washed out,” Hazelmyer said. “The Sheriff or the Road Department will come out and they’ll move those barrels in, and somebody invariably drives around them, through the ditch in front of my house, which now is making the road bed break away from the road.”

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