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Shannon Sexton reports on first day at PAC headquarters

By Shannon Sexton

Progress in Adair County opened their headquarters today at 808 Jamestown St. We had a steady flow of traffic and we're well on our way to reaching our signature goal. We cannot thank the community enough for their enormous show of support!

CJE Mike Stephens was on hand to support the cause and explain how important this issue is in moving Adair County forward. (see linked photos)

"We will be open again on Monday from 10am-1pm for any registered city voter wishing to sign the wet petition. Additional hours will also be announced soon.

- SHANNON SEXTON for PAC (Progress in Adair County)

This story was posted on 2015-11-07 19:15:27
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PAC - Progress in Adair Co., KY opens HQ today

2015-11-07 - PAC Headquarters, 808 Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shannon Sexton, PAC photo.
The sign is up for Wet Petition group PAC (Progress in Adair County). At right, Shannon Sexton writes, "Judge Executive Michael Lee Stephens, "CJE Mike Stephens was on hand to support the cause and explain how important this issue is in moving Adair County forward." The petition seeks a vote in the city limits of Columbia, KY. Stephens is allied with Columbia Mayor Curtis Hardwick and a number of business leaders in the effort.

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