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Victoria Pike: Total disgust with trash along AC roads

'I urge each of you to make some calls and ask for help from your elected officials in getting our community cleaned up and look into ways of keeping it clean.' - VICKY PIKE
Comments re photo 71112 Scenic Adair Co KY Around the curve on Lampton Lane

By Victoria Pike

I am totally disgusted with the trash along our roads. The stretch along Burkesville Road in the Walmart area is terrible.

This is our new development area of the county and the first thing we see is all sorts of trash from full bags of trash lost off trucks going to the transfer station to grocery bags and hamburger wrappers.

It is time for all of us to take a little pride in our community.

This is what people see when they come off the Cumberland Parkway.

We are trying to draw business to this area not run them away.

It is time that we all do our part to clean around our property and ask our leaders to do what they can to get the mass pick ups Mr. Sinclair arranged during his time with the county.
New businesses look at things like this when considering moving into an area. --Victoria Pike

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