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Blackiston Mill Road Bridge 51– Environmental Assessment
Floyd County Commissioners, with partial funding from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), intends to proceed with a bridge project, Bridge No. 22-00051, NBI No. 2200050 that carries Blackiston Mill Rd. over Silver Creek.
The proposed undertaking is located approximately 0.20 mile east of Charlestown Rd. in New Albany, Floyd County and Jeffersonville, Clark County, Indiana (Appendix B, page B-1). The project area is within the New Albany-Clarksville-Jeffersonville urban area boundary and thus is within the Kentuckiana Regional Planning and Development Agency’s boundary (KIPDA).
Public Hearing: Blackiston Mill Road Bridge 51 – Environmental Assessment
October 11th @ 6:00 p.m.
Prosser Career Education Center, Conference Rm A Lower Level Main lobby
4202 Charlestown Rd New Albany IN 47150
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Suzanna Worrall - Executive Assistant
Floyd County Commissioners Office
2524 Corydon Pike, Suite 204 New Albany, IN 47150
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