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Maysville, KY, population 9011, is the seat of Mason County and home to this reported speed trap

AA Highway/Kentucky 9 Maysville, Kentucky

AA Highway. A beautiful 5 lane wide road in the country with a 55 MPH speed limit enforced by a good ol' boy. Avoid.

Jan 8, 2016 Kentucky 0 comments

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