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Happy Times: Ellen Zornes of Adair Heritage Association

2013-06-13 - Adair Annex basement, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Ellen Zornes, President of the Adair Heritage Association couldn't have been happier at the regular meeting of the Adair County Fiscal Court. She updated Magistrates on progress being made at the Historic Courthouse. In addition to major updates in heating and air conditioning and the renovation of the restrooms, she reported on the cosmetic changes made to the exterior and the attention given the icon by Adair CJE Ann Melton and Columbia Mayor Mark D. Harris. Progress is steady, she said, and reminded the court that successful projects in other communities often take 14-15 years or longer. The AHA is now taking a pragmatic course, first, with a goal of attracting tenants to pay the overhead and costs, while still preserving the beautiful symbol of Adair County - frequently called the most beautiful public structure anywhere.
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