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Maury asks: Name of creek under bridge on KY 55 S Road

Maury Lewis writes:
What is the name of the creek that runs under the bridge on KY 55 south before you get to Hwy 92/Montpelier Road - Maury Lewis
Thanks. Don't bet the farm on this, but if memory serves me right, Squire Sammy Baker, in whose district the bridge is located, said it's over Glens Fork of Russell Creek (with help of Billy Joe Fudge!). And doesn't this come under the classification of an "Hadorta" law. Time was, highway departments included that in the signage at bridges. Why not now? How I miss the population signs we used to have at city limits. - EW



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