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HENDERSON, Ky. — With the demolition of the former Kentucky State Police post on U.S. 41-North, John James Audubon State Park Manager Mark Kellen is hoping that the property can be used to develop a natural sound buffer for the park’s adjacent campground.
Henderson-based Hazex Construction on Tuesday razed the deteriorating former police post, which had been mostly unoccupied since the KSP moved to the current post south of Henderson more than 25 years ago.
Kellen hopes to plant trees on the property, which has been absorbed into the park, to insulate campers from highway noise.
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