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News  »  Thursday, August 30, 2012 @ 8:54:47 AM
Insurance Journal - A western Kentucky county is eyeing loggers and their trucks as the cause of damage to county roads. The Hopkins County Fiscal Court is weighing a measure to fine large trucks if they damage county roads while hauling big loads. The ordinance is set for a second reading on Sept. 4. Under the proposal, the county would videotape the condition of the road before a logging job and identify the best route to take. A second video taken after the job would determine if any damage occurred. Violators could be penalized up to $500. - Go To Story
Thursday, August 30, 2012
 
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