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Watch for traffic stops as sidewalk work begins in Columbia

The City Of Columbia is starting a sidewalk project in the second curve on Greensburg Street at the intersection of Dillon Street. Construction began at approximately 6amCT this morning, Monday, April 1, 2019.

Traffic control will be in place by the City Of Columbia. If you have questions, please call City Hall 270-384-2501.

This story was posted on 2019-04-01 07:29:59
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Sidewalk groundbreaking on Greensburg Street, Columbia

2019-04-01 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Rhonda Loy.
Sidewalk building is at last beginning after many years of waiting and negotiating. Marking the date and start are members of the City of Columbia's sidewalk committee, in front, holding shovels from left are: Ellen Zornes, Jelaine Harlow, Mayor Pam Hoots, Dr. Ronald Rogers, Mary Anne Loy and Joe Flowers. In back, from left are: Linda Waggener, Robert Flowers, Bradley Hayes and Mason Pyles.

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