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Chief Jason Cross announces festival street closing schedule


By Chief Jason Cross

Here is a a list of streets and approximate times when the Square will be shutting down on Friday, October 8, 2010 for Downtown Days and Folklore of the Old West:
  • 12pm Noon CT: All corners of the Square will be roped off.
  • 2:30pmCT: Burkesville Street will be closed from Fortune Street crossing to the Square
  • 3pmCT: to as late as 4pmCT, Greensburg ST at Monroe Crossing, Jamestown ST at Reed ST crossing, and Campbellsville ST at Merchant/Reed Crossing will be closed so that the vendors will be able to set up booths for 4pmCT Festival opening. These streets will remain closed until late Saturday night
Signs will be posted and all big trucks are encouraged to use the Columbia bypass in order to avoid the possibilities of very long delays.Columbia Chief of Police Jason Cross.

This story was posted on 2010-10-07 14:25:40
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