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Senator Gregory at Big Ditch on Campbellsville Street

2014-05-08 - 400 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KYI - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Kentucky State Senator Sara Beth
was in Columbia this week reassessing the Town Creek Project, which will result relocate Town Creek's crossing under Campbellsville Street to protect the roadway and neighboring businesses from flooding, provide better safety on Campbellsville Street, and improve the appearance of the area. Senator Gregory has been working on the project since being apprised of the situation by lifelong family friend Junior Stotts while in Columbia for the Christmas Parade. She had learned, this week that the final hurdles for the project, which will be done largely in-house by the highway department had been overcome.

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