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Hay-bale- bombed sidewalk, one month after. Guess who paid???

2017-07-29 - Burkesville Street at Pinckney Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, - Photo by Ed Waggener,
The site at what could have been a tragedy has been cleaned up and a new sign has been erected. Guess who paid? The citizens of Columbia, KY and it wasn't cheap. The new sign and pole cost around $100. And the City of Columbia Street Department cleaned up the mess. No one knows who the driver of the vehicle which lost the huge bales was. But that person would have to have known he/she had lost three round bales of hay. Had pedestrians been walking there, lives could have been lost. Paired What do you think ought to be done to prevent future mishaps such as this one? - EW

  1. Charles Marshburn - Enforcement is answer
  2. George Kolbenschlag - Agrees with Charles Marshburn on Hay-bales on sidewalk solution

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