Engineering and preconstruction costs for the Bloomfield and Pottershop Road force mains is estimated to be $50,000 for the new fiscal year; the Corps of Engineers raw water study is estimated to be $27,000; and the Beech Fork/Rubble Dam study is estimated at $10,000. Erosion at the dam is the main problem, Heaton said. As for recreation opportunities on the Beech Fork, that won’t be possible without a grant, he said.
This was discussed at the last meeting between the Bardstown Boaters and the City of Bardstown, so no surprises there.
Read the whole article from the Kentucky Standard here.