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The Covington News - - OPINION -

Work at the in­ter­sec­tion of State Road 81 and Crow­ell Road should be fin­ished about a year af­ter it be­gins in Septem­ber, New­ton County Board of Com­mis­sion­ers Chair­man Keith El­lis said Fri­day.

Amy Stelzer: “Why cant they fin­ish all the other con­struc­tion projects on other roads ( like 212 be­tween bethany/but­ler bridge and oak hill and the project on 81 around oak hill and bethany) be­fore start­ing a new one??????”

Scott Pea­cock: “It’s not the same con­struc­tion crews. Those are pri­vate owned com­pa­nies not county crews.”

Ed Ap­ple­white: “Why is it go­ing to take a year for such a small un­der­tak­ing - will be kinda like the bridge in my neigh­bor hood that had us in a de­tour for a year when they only worked on the project about 90 of those days”

Linda Fin­ger “It’s not a small project. When com­pleted you will un­der­stand why it takes so long.”

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