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David Jones presents Bridge bus to Road Department

2013-05-15 - Adair Annex basement, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. David Jones, Adair County Student Director was on camera for the Channel 2 coverage of the Adair Fiscal Court at last night's, Tuesday, May 14, 2013, regular meeting. At right background is Blake Spires, covering the meeting for the Adair Progress Thursday morning weekly newspaper. Partially obscured is Sharon Burton, Editor & Publisher of the Adair County Community Voice Wednesday afternoon weekly newspaper. Jim Leib, reporter for The WAVE, 92.7 radio, was present in the right side of the hall. Jones presented the keys to a surplus Adair County School District School bus, to Jobe Darnell, Adair County Road Supervisor. The bus will undergo adaptive re-use and re-purposing for a tool shed-to-site vehicle - in this case, a "Bridge Bus," for work on longer term Road Department Projects.
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