Lexington's Phoenix Park Gets A Facelift

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 5/31/2013 7:22 pm
You may have noticed some construction work underway at Phoenix Park in downtown Lexington.

The Lexington Parks and Recreation Department said the project is a joint effort between the city, the Lexington Public Library and the owner of Plaza Park Apartments.

Workers are digging up old electrical wiring, getting rid of dying trees, removing old benches and replacing some bricks with concrete.

The city said it is all in an effort to make the park safer and more visually appealing.
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