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Tim Smith, Columbia Street Dept. checks meter

2014-06-24 - 500 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Tim Smith with the Columbia Street Department, has some good news for Columbia Taxpayers - the meter which controls much of the irrigation system on the Square no longer leaks as much as it did. It seems to be coincidental with the the past few weeks work replacing aging and leaky water lines in the Downtown Phase of Columbia/Adair County Utilities District but he isn't sure. It was just a pleasant surprise for him to turn on the line and find that everything was dry down below. He and Roger Coffey, also of the CSD, had the Square almost to themselves this morning tidying the streets and sidewalks before workers and visitors arrived for today's work. - EW
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