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Burnout pad becomes reality

A dream project proposed by Pikeville Mayor Philip Cagle and approved by the Pikeville Board of Mayor and Aldermen last July became a reality last week as a burnout pad was poured on Main Street directly in front of the Bledsoe County Courthouse.

The burnout pad for cars is essentially a concrete area with anchors to chain the cars in place as they do burnouts and spectators watch explained Mayor Cagle. He believes the project will be a major draw for car enthusiasts and will in turn boost other local businesses. The Mayor came up with the idea as something unique to set Pikeville apart from other towns.

For more see the May 27 issue of The Bledsonian Banner.

3 Comments

  1. Elizabeth howell on May 31, 2021 at 3:56 pm

    This town is getting dumber by the day why would you do something like that for somebody would get injured possibly start fire and waste money they need to get some jobs in here

    • V.R. on August 3, 2021 at 7:28 am

      The businesss have to want to come there 😂😂😂 and pikeville doesn’t exactly prove to have the best economical structure for a factory or franchise!

  2. Jennifer Angel on June 2, 2021 at 9:13 am

    This is a dumbest thing this county has done yet are they trying to kill everybody what is the car breaks its change or they need to do is get jobs back in this county tourism should be second employment should be first

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