Lexington Mayor Holds Open Forum

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 8/11/2012 6:15 pm

Lexington May Jim Gray is asking for help with the city’s homelessness.

Gray will hold a forum called “Open Space” to ask citizens about what changes or improvements Lexington can make to address homelessness.

This won’t be the only topic discussed though. “Open Space” is a new forum where citizens set the agenda and talk about their community interests.

The first public forum takes place August 25 at Calvary Baptist Church. It begins at 9a.m. and runs until 4:30pm.

To pre-register, send your name and contact information to Shaye Rabold at srabold@lexingtonky.gov.

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