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Traffic will be slowed on Columbia square Wednesday morning

Wednesday, 20 Sept 2017 Traffic alert

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Two things are happening that will slow traffic in downtown Columbia and might encourage people in a rush to use the Veterans Bypass.
  • Students from LWC on their Malvina Farkle day of service will join the Sidewalk Ped/Safe group and other volunteers for cleaning around the courthouse lawn.
  • Dense fog may develop Tuesday night/Wednesday morning, according to Adair County Emergency Services, spreading across portions of southern Indiana and central Kentucky which could impact the morning commute.
Recent rainfall, clear skies, and light winds could lead to patchy to areas of dense fog, especially across favored sheltered areas and bodies of water. Use caution traveling tonight. - LW

This story was posted on 2017-09-19 21:54:38
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