Adopt-A-Highway Volunteers Hitting the Roads

Jun 3, 2012

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says "Summer Scrub Week" starts today, and volunteers will be cleaning up roadsides across the state. Its part of a program that started in 1988.

The Cabinet says more than 800 groups participate in the effort, and those groups help to clean more than 5,000 miles of roadway each year. A variety of organizations take part, including businesses,government entities, civic groups, and associations.  They adopt a two mile stretch of highway under a two year agreement with the Cabinet.

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