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Burkesville Street Phase, Downtown Project - Tue 13 Feb 2018

2018-02-13 - Intersection of E Frazier Avenue and Burkesville Streets, Columbia, KY - Photo Linda Waggener, photo.
Stotts Construction Co., Inc. has installed new waterlines to the intersection of Burkesville Street at its intersection with West (lower part of the picture) and East Frazier Avenue at the close of work on Tuesday, February 13, 2018. The caged trackhoe is inside a bore pit being dug to continue directional drilling from this point by the Columbia Masonic Lodge Building into the 500 block of Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY. Despite signs, workers were put at great risk by a few motorists whose speed was estimated at 45-55- and even 65 mph cresting the hill - until a state inspector in a KYTC vehicle activated flashing blue lights, after which traffic was described as more like a slow moving funeral procession. The City is working on two solutions the the speeding: One is the installation of a KYTC flashing sign, a loaner, or parking police cars with lights flashing to protect construction workers. - EW

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