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Checking in on Capital Plaza redevelopment in Frankfort

Anyone who has been to downtown Frankfort lately has likely seen the progress being made on one of the state’s latest public-private partnerships – the Capital Plaza project.

Report shares water-sector views on public-private partnerships

The “To P3 or Not to P3” report was released last week by the American Water Works Association (AWWA) and Ernst and Young Infrastructure Advisors LLC. This report examines the use of public-private partnerships as an alternative delivery model for the continued safe and uninterrupted supply of water and wastewater services around the country.

Is Kentucky Getting Serious About Infrastructure Investments?

By Ed GreenP3KY Editor With the Kentucky General Assembly in session, there has been a lot more talk and a little action around making significant infrastructure investments in Kentucky. The real question is whether this flurry of activity will turn into real action before the clock runs out in Frankfort. In recent days, leaders of […]

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Kentucky’s Business Leaders Outline Their Vision of the Commonwealth for Gubernatorial Candidates

From the Kentucky Chamber: An Update to the Kentucky Chamber’s 2015 Four Pillars for Prosperity Report FRANKFORT, Ky. — Making Kentucky more competitive and creating a higher quality of life for its residents is the focus of a report released April 11, 2019 by the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. 4 Pillars 4 Prosperity: Making Kentucky […]

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet awards $1.79 million in federal funding to Grant, Kenton counties

From the NKY Tribune: Gov. Matt Bevin and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) have announced $1,795,723 in Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) funds have been awarded to two Department of Highways District 6 counties – Grant and Kenton –  to improve infrastructure for non-drivers in the community. “We are grateful for this significant federal TAP investment […]

Nearly $500,000 Awarded to Pendleton Co. for Roads

From the River City News: Pendleton County received nearly half a million dollars to resurface multiple roads. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced this week that $497,000 was awarded to the Pendleton County Fiscal Court to resurface Grimes, Liberty Ridge, Hogg Ridge, Kelly, and Kidwell roads. The repairs will address existing surface cracks, potholes, rutting, crumbling […]

$1.2M awarded to Graves, Marshall Counties for infrastructure improvements

From KFVS12: More than $1 million has been awarded to Graves and Marshall Counties in Kentucky to improve infrastructure for non-drivers. Symsonia in Graves County received $540,848 for a pedestrian safety project to create a sidewalk to join the Sunshine Trailer Court and the Cedar Ridge subdivision directly to Symsonia Elementary School with paved walkways. […]

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