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A new ColumbiaMagazine.com poll asks your opinion on whether Columbia Cemetery Road should be open or if the chains should be put up again.
Mayor Pat Bell has ordered the chains be removed, allowing easier vehicular access to the Cemetery.
His action also allows through traffic between Campbellsville Stree and Wall Street, and hence easy access to Greensburg Street.
The move was a bit controversial, and was discussed at the regular December meeting of City Council.Everyone is invited to vote one time in the survey, regardless of residency or age.
The poll is located in the lower right hand column.
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