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Big bang heard at the council meeting

2005-06-10 - Columbia, KY - Photo Ed Waggener. TINY ON THE SPOT. A loud bang was heard during the June 6, 2005, Columbia City Council meeting. After the meeting, attendees who went to their vehicles behind City Hall learned what the bang was all about. City Street Department Vice Director Tiny Cowan, in the department's Blazer transport, was already on the spot, planning the clean-up of the Bradford pear tree which fell during the storm. In the background, a post-meeting conference was being held with Chief Mark Harris and others.
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