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Steve Sanders one of AC bus drivers on Dunnville Road

2013-05-15 - Damron Creek Road - Photo CM file photo. Steve Sanders shown above in happy times 2008 story, Steve Sanders: Remembering the spoke factory about a manufacturing facility up thataway. Sanders is one of two Adair County School Bus Drivers who have to traverse what neighbor and neighborhood advocate Ryan Beard calls "a dangerous stretch of road," Dunnville Road from KY 206 to he Casey County line. Beard made an appeal to Adair Fiscal Court last night to take action on safety problems since the smoothened road has created safety problems for all who use it. County Judge Ann Melton and Adair County Road Supervisor Jobe Darnell promised to take a new look at the situation in Fiscal Court's regular monthly meeting, May 14, 2013.
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