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Workers for State Treasurer Todd Hollenbach coming to town

They'll be at the Columbia/Adair County Chamber of Commerce to assist Adair Countians who have unclaimed property at the State Treasurer's office. The Adair County Democrats, along with civic leaders, and helping to locate all the people who have unclaimed property. The treasurer's office's PDF lists several pages of Adair Countians.

By Victoria Pike
News from the Adair County Democratic Party

I spoke with McKinzie Miley from Todd Hollenbach's Kentucky State Treasurer's office, state treasurer, this morning and they are setting up a day to come to Columbia to assist people in claiming property which has been turned into the Kentucky State Treasurer's office when they are unable to find its proper owners. They will be here 10am-2pmCT, October 19, 2012 in the basement of the Columbia/Adair County Chamber of Commerce Building, 201 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY.


Most have been mailed to PO boxes that people have moved away from. She is sending more info and is asking for help from local officials and civic groups to help locate these folks and get their funds to them.

And big surprise: There are a lot of Adair Countians listed who can have unclaimed treasures. You can access the list through the Kentucky State Treasurer's website, Treasury.ky.gov. Click on the list of counties on the left of the screen and scroll through the list of Adair County residents that have unclaimed property.

As I understand the process which will take place in Columbia, KY, you can come in with proper identification and fill out the necessary paperwork to geat your property returned.

Will send more info when I get it.

Some civic organizations and county officials have been asked to help identify and locate these people on the list.

- Victoria Pike


This story was posted on 2012-09-18 04:04:15
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