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Adair County Transportation Complex from Veterans Bypass

2016-03-18 - Adair County Transportation Complex, Col. Casey Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Seeding and Strawing is complete, and the new Adair County Transportation Complex is virtually ready for service. Only a few relatively minor punchlist items need completion in addition to installation of parking lot paving and the paving itself. Project Manager Richard Bunch of Branscum Construction said that Gaddie-Shamrock will make the parking lot a priority when the plant is fired up on Monday, March 21, 2016 and he expected to begin then. David Jones, Buildings & Grounds and Transportion Director for the Adair County School District, told the board of education last night that the transition from the J.T. Coomer Bus Garage to this facility would take place shortly after the current semester is complete. He said that both the baseball season and safety were factors in the schedule. The view above is from the Adair County Veterans Memorial Parkway. - EW. Paired photo. See also: J.T. Coomer Bus Garage soon to be history

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