Some Whitewater Park News In The Kentucky Standard Today

Posted by Spalding Hurst

June 25, 2010

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.

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