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Former Columbia, KY Mayor Curtis Hardwick praised

2005-04-05 - Columbia, KY - Photo Staff. UNSUNG HERO: Mayor Pat Bell recognized former Mayor Curtis Hardwick for all the help he has given to the City of Columbia since leaving City Hall for State Government. Mr. Hardwick is shown above, right, with the man he most closely works with in Frankfort, Bill Neibert, Acting Secretary of Transportation. Mr. Hardwick is Special Assistant to the Commissioner of Intergovernmental Affairs. The photo was taken March 23, 2005, at Lindsey Wilson College at Governor Fletcher's event to announce $61 million in new road funding Adair County is receiving in the 2004-2006 State Budget. Mayor Bell spoke at the event. Mayor Bell told the April 2005 meeting of the City Council that Mr. Hardwick can't be thanked enough for what he's done to help the community.
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