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Taft Neal helps transform Downtown for Christmas in Columbia

2013-12-02 - 200 Quadrant, Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Taft Neal, the landscape supervisor for Plant Operations at Lindsey Wilson College, was on hand today running the bucket truck hanging Christmas wreaths on the tallest lamp standars. This one was bound for the front of 210 Public Square, behind him. City Street Superintendent Donnie Rowe said that Lindsey Wilson's contribution to the Christmas in Columbia with just the lift work alone saved the City over $400. The decorations and Christmas lighting on all four streets off the Square and at the Courthouse and Adair Annex was looking to be complete tonight, all in readiness for the season and Christmas in Columbia, Friday-Saturday-Sunday, December 6-7-8, 2013. - CM
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