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Vonnie Kolbenschlag comments on Historic Courthouse

By Vonnie Kolbenschlag
Personal commentary

Sun light and rain make green plants grow, but I wish the plants did not grow between the bricks of our historic Adair County Courthouse!


Looks to me as if a few bricks fell off one of the chimneys and I think this will continue if plants are not removed.

PLEASE - whoever is in charge of public buildings, take care of our landmark.

This is an indication of neglect, not a good example to prospective businesses that might want to locate in Columbia. --Vonnie Kolbenschlag

Comments re photo 70897 Scenic Adair Co KY Sunlit Historic Adair Co Courthouse


This story was posted on 2017-02-02 04:03:45
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