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Construction begins on CAUD's KY 704 project.

Project is designed to improve pressure for existing and future Columbia/Adair County Utilities customers in the fast growing section of Adair County.

Columbia Adair Utilities District 704 project is kicking off today, Monday, March 27, 2017. It is located between the Antioch Community South KY 61 & Wheeler Hill Road, to Fairplay Road/KY 704. The contractors will start this morning on the South 61 end. The first few days the work will be more dealing with directional bores. Please use caution in that area! We will keep you updated more when the pipe laying begins. - Mrs Ashley Young, for CAUD



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Stotts Construction Equipment mobilized for KY 704 water project



2017-03-27 - Antioch Community, Sparksville Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Stotts Construction Company, Columbia, KY, mobilized equipment last week in preparation for the KY 704 Water Line Project, which will bring adequate water pressure with room to grow to the area from the point above in the Antioch Community to Kentucky 704/Fairplay Road and adjoining areas. Monarch Engineers of Lawrenceburg, KY, is providing engineering for the project. Initial starting today will be directional bores under the roads, which will be followed by laying of the pipe. The contract calls for six months completion, but Lenny Stone, General Manager of the utility firm, says the project might take less time. Junior Stotts of Stotts Construction Company said that he expects impact for motorists should be minimal, with only occasional interruptions to travel. But, he said, it is important to use extra caution while constructiion is underway. - EW

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