Council Decides How To Spend Leftover Grant Money

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Updated: 10/10/2012 12:23 am
 Lexington's Urban County Council decided Tuesday what to do with more than $1 million in grant money left over from the failed Festival Market.
  The council voted to give a $1 million loan to the 21-C Museum Hotel, which is planned to go in the historic First National Building on West Main Street downtown.
  The council also voted to give $20-thousand to build Lacrosse fields at Shillito Park, which already has soccer, football and baseball fields, basketball courts, a disk golf course, tennis courts and more.
     

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