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CAUD receives USDA grant and loan for water district

2020-11-04 - Adair County, KY - Photo from the office of the Adair Judge Executive.
Hilda Legg, Kentucky's USDA Rural Development Director, presented over $2.6 million in water system improvement and public safety projects in Adair County this week. Pictured at the Monday Blair Park presentation are, from left: Adair County Sheriff Josh Brockman, Columbia Police Chief Jason Cross, Jim Thompson from Kentucky Engineering, Columbia Mayor Pamela Hoots, Adair County Judge Executive Gale Cowan, Joe Pyles, Lenny Stone, Wid Harris, Legg and Congressman James Comer. The Columbia Adair County Utilities District will use the received grant and loan to construct a new waterline, replace substandard waterline, install telemetry and replace three intake pumps at the wastewater treatment plant to improve processes.

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