Glasgow City Council to pledge $100,000 towards interchange project
The city of Glasgow is pledging $100,000 for a potential interchange project.
If built, the interchange would be located along the Louie B. Nunn Cumberland parkway and Roseville Road.
During a special city council meeting on Monday, council members voted unanimously in support of spending the money on the project.
The $100 thousand will only be spent if a federal grant is approved through the U.S. Department of Transportation.
The overall price tag for the interchange project, according to Barren County Judge-Executive, Micheal Hale, is $21 million.