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Expressway roadside clearing is a big help

By Vicky Pike

Major roadside mowing and clearing of overgrown trees getting too close to the Cumberland Expressway has been underway for the last few days.

It certainly has improved the looks as well as taken out trees that were hanging out near the roadway. Trees falling into the roadway have become a problem as the trees along the road are getting older and we have had several storms that have pushed trees closer to moving traffic.



This project was implemented in our area by the Kentucky Transportation Department District 8 Adair County.

Thanks to Craig Feese and all our Adair County crew that do a fabulous job. Be sure to complement them and Jones Excavation for this project. It has made our community appearance much more inviting to those stopping by our little slice of heaven on both exits to Columbia.


This story was posted on 2022-09-19 04:38:47
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Newly manicured roadsides



2022-09-19 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Victoria Pike of Miss Vicky\'s Pampered Angus Ranch.
Recent roadside mowing and clearing of overgrown trees getting too close to the Cumberland Expressway has made a big difference in looks as well as safety. The work is being done by Jones Excavating for the Adair County division of the Kentucky Transportation Department District 8.

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Work on roadsides gives a look of welcome



2022-09-19 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Victoria Pike of Miss Vicky's Pampered Angus Ranch.
Looking across the LBN Cumberland Expressway from Highway 61 south shows the work done recently by Jones Excavating for the Adair County division of the Kentucky Transportation Department District 8. This New Columbia view shows the Walmart Center on the right and the Pampered Angus Ranch at left.

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