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Soon, Just an expansive, grassy lawn



2013-06-29 - Adair County School Campus, Greensburg Street Frontage, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. A never-used chip-and-seal path on the front lawn of the Adair County School District Campus is being replaced with a grassy lawn. Possibly by the start of school, 46 days away, on August 14, 2013, students will see no trace of the path. The old paving has been removed, and work continues putting fill and topsoil in place before actual seeding happens. If the reseeding goes as well as the waterline cleanup on Greensburg Street by Stotts Construction Company, it will be virtually impossible to tell where the new grass starts and the existing lawn starts. Restoring the grass offers aesthetic advantages, and practical Green ones, too: A heat island will have been removed, run off and drainage problems will be reduced, and, because of more consistent natural water supply, the lawn won't have those pesky, downhill super growths which need more frequent mowings. Clicking Readmore accesses the Tuesday, June 25, 2013, Special Regular Meeting of the Adair County School Board
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