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The changing face of Jamestown Street

2014-03-27 - Jamestown Street at Gaston Avenue, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. As one of the Shakers & Movers often says, "There's a lot more happening in Columbia and many people seem to think." On continuously changing Jamestown Hill - as well as Russell Road - that's very true. Last night, Wednesday, March 25 this was the look of one opportunity - the available for lease or sale Dicky's location, and the framing peaking from behind the Dickey's sign, where a brand new Taco Bell, will take the place of the old one, which carries the distinction of being Columbia's very first Mexican Restaurant. All of the area is helped by 'being in walking distance of Lindsey Wilson College,' and this area is near the increasingly important sports venue, Lindsey Wilson Sports Park. - EW
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