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Rita King: Tips to aid travel from Liberty, KY to 'New Columbia'

Wants better signs to get to New Columbia & Columbia Walmart, when driving from Liberty, KY, finding, as many do, that " . . . Columbia is so confusing to navigate." And would like information for put in/take out at Jamestown's Greasy Creek for kayaking.
Anyone know who the 'powers that be' are to cut through the red tape and see that needed signs posted? Miss Vicky? Shannon Sexton? CJE Stephens? Mayor Hardwick? Local Political Shot-Callers? Is there an election issue here? - EW
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By Rita King

I enjoy the photos of kayakers. I have taken up the sport myself to some extent. Can someone please give directions to the put in/take out spots for Greasy Creek??? Hopefully getting there will be easier than deciphering New Columbia's location.

I can never get there before first circling Columbia two or three times and maybe getting halfway to Burkesville and back.

Just a sign pointing to Walmart would be delightful. I live in Liberty, KY, but find Columbia so confusing to navigate. -Rita King

Thank you, Rita King Your point is well made and timely. Hope your concerns initiate the the needed results. - EW

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