WHAT: News conference and rally urging legislation to stabilize Kentucky’s road fund
WHEN: 11 a.m., Monday, March 23
WHERE: The Capitol Rotunda, Frankfort, Ky.
“Rally for the Roads” to address need for road fund stabilization
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet estimates the state’s road fund could be facing a potential $250 million revenue shortfall. Because of this harsh reality, the Kentucky Chamber and a coalition of numerous other organizations are calling on lawmakers to find a way to stabilize the road fund before the legislative session ends this week. During a rally and news conference in Frankfort’s Capitol Rotunda Monday morning, a coalition of Kentucky organizations will address the need for legislators to address this need.
Speakers during the 11 a.m. rally will include:
- LaRue County Judge/Executive Tommy Turner
- Transportation Cabinet Secretary Mike Hancock
- KACo President-elect, Simpson County Judge/Executive Jim Henderson
- KLC President and Williamsburg Mayor Roddy Harrison
- KMCA Scott County Magistrate David Livingston
- Kentucky Chamber President and CEO Dave Adkisson
For more information:
contact Kentucky Chamber Communications Director Jessica Fletcher at 502-848-