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City Council has first reading on Holladay Place Streets

Held at 6pmCT, Thu 15 Jan 2015 at City Hall, 116 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY

The Columbia City Council had the first reading of Ordinance No. 620.62. This Ordinance accepts the paved sections of Dohoney Trace, Patricia Trail and Corporate Drive into the City of Columbia City Street System. and will, when a second reading is approved, give the City ownership and maintenance responsibility.

Mayor Curtis Hardwick presided at the meeting , which last approximately 2 minutes. Present were City Clerk Rhonda Loy and Council Members Craig Dean, Craig Lasley, Dr. Ron Rogers, and Charles Grimsley and Chief Jason Cross and members of the media. No vote was needed on the first reading.




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City Council hears first reading to accept Holladay Place streets



2015-01-16 - City Hall, 116 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Mayor Curtis Hardwick, center, presided at the meeting Thu 15 Jan 2015 to hear a first reading of an ordinance to accept the paved sections of Dohoney Trace, Patricia Trail and Corporate Drive into the City of Columbia City Street System. Seated, clockwise are Councillors Dr. Ron Rogers and Charles Grimsley; City Clerk Rhonda Loy; (Mayor Hardwick); City Attorney Marshall Loy, Councillors Craig Dean and Craig Lasley. Chief Jason Cross and members of the media were also present. No vote was needed on the first reading, only a quorum to hear it. - EW

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