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Party honors Bridgebuilders on completion of Cabin Creek span

2014-07-31 - Cabin Creek, Old Montpelier Road, District 3, Adair County, KY - Photo CM Staff photo. Before the Cabin Creek was officially opened today at approximately 1pmCT, a bridge completion lunch cookout, hosted by County Judge Ann Melton and Third District Magistrate Sammy Baker, was held before traffic was let through. In the foreground can be seen, from left, David Hardin (in Adair County Road Department safety uniform; community resident Ray Coffey; Magistrate Sammy Baker (dark blue shirt), CJE Ann Melton; visiting Magistrate Harold Burton (District 1); then in coral blouse, Jerri Nixon, CJE Office Secretary; Bradley Adamson in solid lime safety cap; CJE Administrative Assistant Lisa Greer; Adair County Finance Officer Gale Cowan; Gary Melton, Katie Boyce, and Nadene Baker, the First Lady of District 3. The Bridge was the 20th bridge built in the eight years Judge Melton has been county judge executive, and the second county bridge built in the Third District since Sammy Baker became magistrate. - EW
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