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What should be done with concrete pillars



2014-08-21 - Greensburg Street at the Public Square, Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
Some want these concrete pillars removed
, calling them "outdated, unused," and want to know why the city and county don't work together to remove them from the Downtown Square. What do you think of should be done? Remove them, or is there a practical creative re-use for them? Or is the correct course to just leave them alone for now. Ideas welcome. Click on "Comments" below or use any Contact/submit button. Or, if you prefer, call 270-250-2730 during the 8am-5pmCT period.

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