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That Perfect Day: Gov. Fletcher at Bypass groundbreaking

2007-05-16 - Adair County Elementary School, Indian Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo By Ed Waggener.
Governor Ernie Fletcher told the 500-plus crowd at the groundbreaking ceremony that the Western Bypass around Columbia was part of a catch-up in state projects to correct an imbalance of good roads in Adair County. The groundbreaking celebration was held Tuesday, May 15, 2007, at Adair County Elementary School. Leaving the platform temporaily to confer with Judge Ann Melton, second from left, on program scheduling is Kentucky State Highway Commissioner Marc Williams. On the the platform with the governor are, from left, Columbia Mayor Patrick R. Bell, (Melton) Robbie Rudolph, (Williams), Senator David Williams, Representative Russ Mobley, and Adair County School Superintendent Darrell Treece. Adair County's State Senator Vernie McGaha, is hidden in this photo by the speaker.

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