Louisville Water scientists perform an average of 200 water quality tests daily to ensure quality. The new report highlights the great test results.
The state’s drinking and wastewater systems are getting older and need investment, particularly in smaller, rural counties that don’t have the revenues to maintain water and sewer lines.
The American Society of Civil Engineers recently released KY’s Infrastructure Report Card, highlighting the need for improvements to roads, bridges & more.
KY Chamber Pres. Dave Adkisson, NKY Chamber Pres. Brent Cooper, GLI Pres. Kent Oyler, and Commerce Lexington President Bob Quick talk infrastructure.
The Western Kentucky Infrastructure Fund is an innovative, private fund established to provide debt financing to private-sector firms participating in public infrastructure projects at both the state and local levels.
Leaders across the country – at every level – have talked for years about the growing need to reinvest in our national and local infrastructure.