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Gov. Fletcher will be in Columbia, bringing checks, Friday

Governor Ernie Fletcher will be in Columbia on Friday, February 16, 2007, in the basement of the Annex Building.

The purpose of the visit, Judge Ann Melton said, is to delivery three checks to the county. "They didn't tell me exactly what the checks are, or the amount," Judge Melton said, "but I am hoping that one of them will be the check for the Grassy Springs Bridge."

The meeting is open to the public, Judge Melton said.

Later in the afternoon the Governor will be a Campbellsville University as the first participant in a Kentucky Heartland Institute for Public Policy (KHIPP) candidates forum.
Reminder of Governor Fletcher's visit is in the CM Events Calendar



This story was posted on 2007-02-13 12:44:22
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