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Slide prevention wall taking shape at waste water plant

2014-06-30 - CAUD Wastewater Plant, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. The long concrete wall at the base of the hill behind the Columbia/Adair County Utilities District Wastewater Plant is well underway. The footer has been completely poured, and forms were being put in place by Professional Concrete Services (PCS) workers on Friday, June 27, 2014 when this photo was taken. The tallest part of the wall will be backfilled with soil. The work is being done by subcontractor PCS, a Danny & Sandy Pyles company, for Dakota Meyer Construction Co, the prime contractor. The top of the hill is on Wall Street, near the Wall Street entrance to the Columbia City Cemetery. The hillside is owned by the utility company.
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