Buffalo Trace Area Development District
201 Government St. Suite 300 P.O.Box 460 Maysville, Ky 41056
(606)564-6894 · (800)998-4347 · Fax (606)564-0955 · TDD (800)648-6056
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Bracken County Regional Sewer Project - Planning FAQ Sheet
The following is a FAQ sheet about the planning stages of the
Bracken County Regional Sewer Project.
Comments or Questions regarding the project details not found in this FAQ sheet can be emailed to Kevin Cornette, Economic Development Director
or mailed to:
Buffalo Trace ADD
201 Government Street
Maysville, KY 41056
Only written comments and questions will be accepted.
Download the updated FAQ SHEET HERE
The creation of Area Development Districts in Kentucky stemmed from the efforts of local elected officials and citizens to find collaborative
means to deal with problems that befell their communities. The combination of federal programs and state enabling legislation provided a national
strategy and funding mechanism that allowed the concepts to become reality in the late 1960's and 1970's.
The Area Development Districts, as they now exist, serve as forums, clearinghouses, technical centers and as conveners for the region. Unlike many other
organizations structured along multi-jurisdictional lines, the ADDs have both federal and state statutory authority.
Buffalo Trace Area Development District was created in 1969 to provide these services to Bracken, Fleming, Lewis, Mason and Robertson counties. We
are located in the downtown region of historic Maysville on the third floor of the Kenton Commonwealth Center.
The Buffalo Trace Area Development District provides services on a non-discriminatory basis.
Reasonable accommodations will be made upon request for those with hearing, visual and all other handicaps.
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