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Letter: Lighting for Burkesville Road

Response to City Of Columbia: State of the City address

By Vicky Pike

I am so glad the lighting issue along Burkesville Road is beginning to be considered by the city. It is an issue that really needs to be addressed in the coming year. I constantly hear folks saying I can hardly see where to turn into both shopping areas especially the Duo County Patricia Trail and Will Walker Lane entrance.

I have advocated for several years the need for this area to receive lighting. I know it costs money but this area is used by most citizens of Adair as well as surrounding counties almost on a daily basis. I'm sure that our citizens would be thrilled with this area "coming into the light". I certainly will be willing to help in any way to see this happens in 2021. It took 6-7 years to get the Cumberland Parkway lighting but it was worth the wait.

Congratulations to our city on all the past years accomplishments and looking forward to many more to come. Thanks to our hard working Columbia City Council members and Mayor Hoots on the many hours you put into making our community grow and prosper. Looking forward to working with all the current and new members of the Council to see our city moves forward yet again this coming year.

Happy New Year to all from the girls at the Pampered Angus Ranch.




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