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Election 2010:
Locations of polling places for Election


Voters in Adair County will cast ballots at 16 polling places tomorrow, Tuesday, November 2, 2010 in the Adair County General Election

The polling places, listed below, now include street numbers and addresses (except for two, and those are being researched), thanks to the Adair County Court Clerk Sheila Blair's office, and the Adair County 911 Coordinator's office, Mary Allender, 911 Coordinator; Justin Bailey Assistant 911 Coordinator.

The locations are as follows:


  1. White Oak: Mary Carter Building on Sano Road.

  2. Eunice/Pellyton: A-1 Gate, 7624 Liberty RD, Columbia, KY.

  3. Little Cake: A-1 Gate, 7624 Liberty RD, Columbia, KY.

  4. East Columbia: Wheet Fellowship, 1208 Jamestown ST, Columbia, KY

  5. Ozark: Leon Huff Building on 7692 Russell Springs RD, Columbia, KY

  6. South Columbia/Harmony: Wheet Fellowship, 1208 Jamestown ST, Columbia, KY

  7. Glensfork/Melson Ridge: Gaddie Office (Old Zion Church/School campus), 4997 Highway 55 South RD, Columbia, KY

  8. Gradyville/Nell: D & F Grocery, 4731 Edmonton RD, Columbia, KY, in the Village of Gradyville, KY

  9. Sparksville/Breeding: Breeding Fire Department, 290 Fire Department RD, Breeding, KY

  10. South Columbia #2: Christian Life Center, 901 Hudson ST, Columbia, KY

  11. Milltown: Garrison Construction, Inc., 6980 Greensburg RD

  12. West Columbia:: Christian Life Center, 901 Hudson ST, Columbia, KY

  13. Cane Valley/Holmes: Trinity Fellowship Hall, 2252 Campbellsville RD, Columbia, KY

  14. Knifley/Roley: Knifley Fire Department, 5130 Elkhorn RD, Knifley, KY

  15. North Columbia: Trinity Fellowship Hall, 2252 Campbellsville RD, Columbia, KY

  16. Hurt: VFW Building, 411 Fairground ST, Columbia, KY
Polls will be open Election Day from 6am until 6pmCT. The office of Adair County Clerk Sheila Blair will be available by phone at (270) 384-2801 while polls are open to answer questions.


This story was posted on 2010-11-01 15:46:06
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