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Brief special called City Council meeting held for roads OK

2018-07-10 - City Hall, 116 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener,
Four minutes to go, on the official clock, until the Columbia City Council was called into session for bid opening, a brief discussion and vote to accept the bid for paving of specified city streets. Gaddie Shamrock was the only bidder for the blacktopping of streets listed in the ad for bids. The largest chunk of the budget, $103,252.00, went for blacktopping Dohoney Trace in New Columbia. The Street Department Lot received the smallest amount, $747.00. Additional streets included in the work will be: Scott Street, Pleasant View Drive, Minor Street, Shady Lane, Parrott Avenue, Mack Street, Mullinix Drive, Denver Drive, Wain Street, Watson Street, Smith and Center Streets. Pictured from left are: Council members Ronald Rogers, Pamela Hoots and Mark Harris, City Clerk Rhonda Loy, Mayor Curtis Hardwick, Council member Craig Dean at far right, (Linda Waggener was absent) and Council member Craig Lasley.

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