Fiscal court picks Pennyrile Asphalt for paving projects
by Franklin Clark, Reporter -- fclark@cadizrecord.com
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Trigg County Attorney Randy Braboy read the bids for road paving at Monday's Trigg County Fiscal Court meeting.</i>
Franklin Clark/Cadiz Record

Trigg County Attorney Randy Braboy read the bids for road paving at Monday's Trigg County Fiscal Court meeting.

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Pennyrile Asphalt will work on paving projects on several Trigg County roads this summer and fall.

Magistrates on the Trigg County Fiscal Court unanimously chose Pennyrile Asphalt, which bid $229,177.75, over Rogers Group, Rogers Group, which bid $256,160.50, a $26,982 difference. Trigg County Attorney Randy Braboy said the tonnage of paving materials used is the same for both contractors.

The roads that will be worked on are East Park Place, King’s Chapel Road, Hammond Lake Road, Old Hopkinsville Road, Adams Mill Road, Canton Heights 2, Boone Drive, Arrowhead Trail, Terrace Lane, Barkley Trail and Frontier Avenue.

Along similar lines, Trigg County Judge Executive Hollis Alexander asked magistrates to submit roads to be repaved to Trigg County Road Foreman Tommy Hanberry,

“I think we have about $239,000 in Flex Funds, which they just now started accepting proposals for that,” Alexander said.

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