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Adair County residents urged to complete Gas Survey form
Columbia/Adair Utilities is exploring the feasibility of making county-wide natural gas available in areas not now served by the City of Columbia Gas Department. The utility is asking everyone in the areas to respond to their survey - a copy of which is attached to this story, and now are being made available several offices around town.
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By Ed Waggener
The Columbia-Adair County Utilities District is currently conducting a survey to assess interest in a plan to provide natural gas service in Adair County, KY.
The utility would like to see over 2,000 potential users complete the forms. Already, over 650 residents who do not currently have natural gas available have replied indicating an interest in obtaining natural gas, CAUD General Manager Lenny Stone said, adding that more forms have been received but are not yet tabulated.
Having natural gas available is seen by many as the most important economic development project the county could undertake to attract residents, businesses, and to expand local businesses.
GM Stone said that if anyone has not filled out a form and is interested in filling out a form, they may fill it out and leave at the following businesses:
Although the number of respondents is already believed enough to warrant proceeding with the project, Mr. Stone said that interest will be a factor in determining which areas get served first.
This story was posted on 2017-04-03 16:32:27
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