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Mary Ann Loy confronts P&Z members



2006-03-17 - Columbia City Hall, Columbia, Adair CO, KY - Photo Staff. Mary Ann Loy, an advocate for the preservation of Greensburg ST as a historic residential neighborhood, confronted members of the P&Z board after the meeting. Center is Chairman Joe Pyles, at left, Commissioner George Keltner. Mrs. Loy objected to Chairman Pyles reading a letter for Dr. Roger Smith while denying her a chance to balance that reading with a statement for the neighborhood. She also challenged the contention that the zone change merely related to the size of the building at the site.
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