Workers were building a new fountain Thursday in front of the Pulaski County Courthouse in Somerset. Hil-Don Inc. of Burkesville is the general contractor on the $760,665 project.
Workers were building a new fountain Thursday in front of the Pulaski County Courthouse in Somerset. Hil-Don Inc. of Burkesville is the general contractor on the $760,665 project. Lexington Herald-Leader
Workers were building a new fountain Thursday in front of the Pulaski County Courthouse in Somerset. Hil-Don Inc. of Burkesville is the general contractor on the $760,665 project. Lexington Herald-Leader

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