City sidewalks slated for repairs

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By Becky Barnes

Gov. Steve Beshear came to Cynthiana this week bearing the gift of a $247,000 check to be used for sidewalk demolition and replacement.

The Safe Routes to School grant will provide allow students to walk and bike to school in greater safety, Beshear said.

Numerous state and local dignitaries as well as about 25 school-aged children were on hand to welcome the governor at Southside Elementary Monday morning.

These are not merely grants, Beshear said. These are investments that will enhance the quality of life in the community of Cynthiana.

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