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Maury likes idea of a community shuttle bus

Comments re article 58119 Wants to find places more easily on Lindsey Wilson Campus

Maury Lewis writes:
I like the shuttle bus idea.We could meet in the parking lot of the extension office or Walmart then we wouldn't need a map or have to be concerned about finding a parking place. I would like to go to more events at the college when the public is invited. Thanks Ed for your comments and ideas. melewi --Maury Lewis
Maury - Thanks. And I take it you also want to go to events at the college when finding the venue is easy? Right? Maybe the town, county or college will hire you as a consultant and you won't leave town. We don't need the kind of brain drain we've been experiencing in the last few weeks. And you'll be sorely missed. There really ought to be two shuttles, don't you think, one a C/AC electric school bus (See: Forget the Prius; the future of electric is the School Bus, at the Wall Street Journal online.) making the rounds to Downtown Columbia and Holladay Place, the other an EV golf cart "da plane, da plane" resort style open golf cart shuttle to Roberta D. Cranmer Dining Center, 430 Helen Flatt Drive, Columbia, KY for those who want a fine dining experience, or directly to V.P. Henry, from the extension parking lot. By the way, someone as smart as you has to have a PhD Or, you're a semi-driver with a CDL. Which is it? See you at Everyman, at 210 Lindsey Wilson Street, Columbia, KY - ED WAGGENER

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