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Melody Pollard: applauds getting official help and planning

Comments re photo 73747 Sidewalk Meeting Pam Hoots introduces speaker from KTC

Melody Pollard writes:
I'm so glad to see Columbia-Adair County will get official consultation and planning for our future "very needed" sidewalks and bike routes. We've had a deficit here for so long! We need futuristic planning that we all can use for growth and wellness within our town. And, there are community wellness grants probably.

By the way we are in dire need of a beautiful "big" community park. I would love to see a creekside walking trail for our community with lighting and easy entry for kayaking, canoeing and tubing. After all we are a college town with lots of talented people that live in and love our community. Well, I pray and hope our community will all pitch in and also voice these needs for health and wellness.

Sincerely,
Melody Pollard



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