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Green River Industrial Park progress report

By Bobby Morrison, Chairman
Columbia-Adair County Economic Development Authority

The second entrance and road into the Green River Industrial Park is really looking good. All trees are down and burning in two piles. It is really looking good. Thanks to Greg Greer & EDA Board Member Chester Taylor for mowing pipelines.

Part of the back side is already graded. This shows great teamwork on decision making and taking prompt action. Thanks & appreciation to all.

Johnny Webb, MSE engineer, is coming down to meet with me at the park Monday.




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Progress at Green River Industrial Park



2021-06-07 - Adair Co., KY - Photo by Bobby Morrison.
Bobby Morrison writes, "The second entrance and road into the Green River Industrial Park is really looking good. Thanks to Greg Greer & EDA Board Member Chester Taylor for mowing pipelines."

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