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This article first appeared in issue 17, and was written by Linda Waggener.

Public invited to conference November 20, 1997

The public is invited to discuss "Charting our Path to Prosperity" at the 1997 Conference of the Kentucky Long Term Policy Research Center on Thursday, November 20.

The conference, with a theme of Measures and Milestones, will be held at The Center for Rural Development on south 27 in Somerset. A full day of sessions are planned, all focused on our future.

For information call toll free 800-853-2851 or on the web,

The featured speakers will include Dr. C.J. Lukensmeyer, founder and director of America Speaks, a nonprofit dedicated to participatory governance, former advisor to the White House and Project Director for the National Performance Review.

Do you have an idea

for Adair County?

See next Columbia!

Two good suggestions have come in with ideas on how Adair County can maintain a balanced economy through our transition from sewing factory jobs. In the next issue we'll explore these ideas and add new ones.

Bypass update

The State Secretary of Transportation told Chamber of Commerce members last week that Adair Countians opinions matter.

A public hearing will be announced after all the studies - now underway for the route around the high school - have been completed.

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