Source: The Corydon Democrat

November 15, 2013 | 09:27 AM

Seems like our county commissioners would be pushing on the state politicians to get hwy 62 east of Corydon resurfaced now since that is a popular route that tourists take to get to Corydon. Indiana is celebrating it's bicentennial in 2016 and that is a main entry way into Corydon. As someone who works with tourists in the town, I hear lots of complaints about that stretch of highway now and it's an embarrassment to our town. Only good thing is that I can blame the mess on INDOT rather than the county highway department. I advise the tourists to take I-64 instead of the scenic hwy 62 route now to save them from the rough stretch of highway and potential damage to their cars from the loose gravel and chips.