New City Hall for Lexington?

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Updated: 11/06/2013 6:27 pm
Mayor Jim Gray says Lexington is asking private developers if they would be interested in forming a public-private partnership to build a new City Hall.

The Mayor says the new building would cut government costs, while converting the old buildings to private development would spur economic growth.

Mayor Gray says any decisions are months off, but looking towards a new City Hall makes good business sense.

The city is expecting to start receiving responses from developers in December.
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