Committee Looks For Areas That Need Cleaning Up In Lexington

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 3/30 12:44 am

The Keep Lexington Beautiful Commission is assessing the overall appearance of communities within the city this weekend.

It’s part of an annual survey.

They are looking for areas that need to be cleaned up.

Places with litter, illegal signs, graffiti, abandoned or junked vehicles, and outside storage might receive a lower score.

They said the ranking then helps community leaders decide where to focus clean-up efforts for the next year.

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