Danville-Area Road Closures for Vice Presidential Debate

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This is a media release from the Kentucky State Police regarding planned road closures in the Danville area for the Vice Presidential Debate on October 11, 2012.

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Danville-Area Road Closures for Vice Presidential Debate

  1. 1. KSP Traffic AdvisoryKentucky State Police, Richmond Post, Vice Presidential Debate RoadClosuresContact:Trooper Paul BlantonKentucky State PolicePublic Affairs Officer(859) 353-7458 - Cell(859) 623-2404 - Post(Danville, KY) – Due to the Vice Presidential Debate at Centre College the followingroads/streets will be closed:Tuesday, October 9, 2012, 10:00 p.m. EDTCollege Street, from Main Street to Grant Street,West Walnut Street, from Fifth Street to Maple Street,Wednesday, October 10, 2012, 9:00 p.m. EDTMaple Street, from Main Street to Walnut Street,College Street, from Grant Street to Russell Street,Beatty Avenue, entire length,Colonel Drive, entire length,Russell Street, from Beatty Avenue to College StreetGrant Street, from College Street to Fourth Street,Martin Luther King, from Fourth Street to Centre Campus,Fifth Street, from Main Street to Walnut Street,West Walnut Street, from Fourth Street to the railroad tracks,
  2. 2. Thursday, October 11, 2012, 6:00 p.m. EDTMain Street, from the US 127 By-Pass to Fourth Street,Fourth Street, from Main Street to Grant Street,Saint Mildred’s Court, entire length,North Maple Street, from Main Street to West Lexington Avenue,South Fifth Street, from Walnut Street to Main StreetStreets will be blocked from the beginning date and time until at least 2:00 a.m. EDT onFriday, October 12, 2012. The Kentucky State Police encourages residents to findalternate routes during the road closures. The road closures will be a combined effortbetween the Kentucky State Police, Danville Police Department, and Boyle CountySheriffs Department.-30-

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