Ohio County working on projects paid for by coal severance | News
Ohio County Judge Executive David Johnston tells 14 News Western Kentucky reporter Jasmin Embers that the county is working on projects on which to spend its coal severance money this year.
Some of those include road improvements throughout the county. A new judicial center in Beaver Dam proposed to be built on Goshen Road is also in the works and county officials are also hoping to buy property to expand area parks.
The county received $1.1 million total from the state.
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