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Meeting held in updated City Council room



2022-04-06 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Scott Wilson.
With Adair County back in the healthy green zone after months of having to meet in the larger basement area due to the pandemic, Monday night’s April City Council meeting was held in its original room. It has new floor covering, has been repainted in trendy gray colors and sports art by the talented Jennings family. From left are: Councilmen Ronald Rogers, Robert Flowers and Mark Harris; City Clerk Woody Sharpe, Mayor Pam Hoots, City Attorney Derrick Helm; and Councilwomen Linda Waggener and Sharon Payne.


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