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Superintendent Moore on Rowan School Traffic

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With classes for the fall semester starting Thursday, the Rowan County School District is gearing-up for the expected traffic backups that will encircle its facilities.

Superintendent Marvin Moore and other district officials spent today talking about the situation with leaders of the Morehead Police Department, the Rowan Sheriff’s Department and the Kentucky State Police.

According to Moore, their assistance should help get the district’s traffic problem solved quickly…

"Within two or three days usually it starts flowing very well…with McBrayer moving the Kindergarten back to their building, that’s going to create a little more traffic out there. If everybody will be patient with us…things will even out and we will have a smooth traffic flow." - Marvin Moore 

Moore says if parents want to ensure that they won’t have to deal with the heavy traffic on the first few days of school they should put their kids on one of the district’s busses.

Chuck Mraz has been an employee of MSPR (WMKY) since 1986. As News Director he recruits and trains employees for MSPR's News Department and supervises the morning operations of the station. Chuck hosts "Front Page," a local news and information show, "Monday Morning Quarterback," a sports discussion program and is the local news voice for inserts in NPR's "Morning Edition." He has received numerous state and national awards for his work in news and sports reporting. Chuck retired from MSU in June of 2018.