Corinth Commission discusses road, sewer line issues

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By Deborah Lucas Angel

Road, sewer and water line problems were the main issues on the agenda of the City of Corinth’s Feb. 11 meeting.
Mayor Amy Lingle, Commissioners, Vickie Wolfe, Barbara New and Darren Billiter along with City Clerk Tara Wright, discussed those issues facing the city. Magistrate Jacqalynn Riley was also present.   
Grant County and Corinth have an Inter-local agreement for road maintenance that automatically updates annually. The city files a resolution each year for money from the Transportation Cabinet for road repairs. 

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