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Pension Town Forum uses all parking around Judicial Center

2017-12-07 - Adair County Judicial Center, 201 Campbelsville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener,
All available parking space at the Judicial Center, in the FM2 Municipal Parking Lot, and on Campbellsville Street, was nearly packed as the time the Pension Town Forum was to begin tonight. At this lull in the waves attending, one of the guests of honor, Senator Max Wise, was entering the building. Senator Wise and Rep. Bam Carney are discussing changes which are now being made in Frankfort. The forum is hosted by the local KEA, and was open to any person affected by the state retirement system. The word after the meeting was positive. People felt they'd been heard and that their questions would be represented in the days ahead.

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