PADD Quarterly Newsletter and
July Schedule of Public Meetings
PADD Perspectives
Summer 2012 Edition
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Download the PADD Meeting Schedule for July 2012

The PADD will make every reasonable accommodation to assist qualified disabled persons in accessing available services or in attending agency activities.

If you have a specific accommodation need, we encourage you to contact us at least one week in advance,

so that arrangements can be considered for the delivery of service prior to the activity. 

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HB559 Allows Transition Opportunities
for Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant

Governor Steve Beshear recently signed House Bill 559, legislation which clarifies the types of nuclear-based technologies which can be developed and used in the Commonwealth.  

Click here to read the newsletter story.

People and Places of the Purchase
Judge Executive Mike Miller 

Having served the Citizens of Marshall County for the last 38 years, Judge Executive Mike Miller is the Commonwealth's longest serving County Judge Executive.   

Click here to read the newsletter story.

Midtown Market Redefines Grocery
with help from PADD's Business Lending Services
Andy Carloss has placed his faith in the most simple of concepts: opening a neighborhood grocery, focusing on fresh produce and meats. But Midtown Market, located at 3000 Broadway in Paducah, isn't your typical grocery store.
The Importance of Choice
Consumer Directed Options Program
When Morgan Elliott was born, his parents were told that he would never go to college or play sports because of his Downs Syndrome.  But his parents decided to give him every opportunity to be successful.
Rediscovering Hope
A Workforce Investment Act Youth Success Story
Because others realized his potential, John Smothers of Fulton, Kentucky is rediscovering hope and will begin classes at Murray State University, where he will major in Computer and Information Systems. 
2012 Kentucky Highway Plan

On behalf of Governor Steve Beshear, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has released the 2012 Highway Plan.  The 2012 Highway Plan outlines the scheduled project phases for FY 2012 through FY2018. 

The full report is available the Cabinet's website.


In the Purchase ADD, there are approximately $527 million in projects identified in the plan.  

To see a roster of our region's projects, click here.