Content Tagged 'Mayor Jim Gray'

National Guard Facility Opens At Bluegrass Station
The opening of the National Guard's Consequence Management Support Center at Bluegrass Station in Fayette County will save 2,800 jobs, according to officials.
City Of Lexington Won't Support Plan For Homeless Shelter On Price Road
Lexington's Mayor said Friday that the city will not pursue a proposal to turn the Lorillard Lofts on Price Road into a homeless facility.
Lexington Pension Bill Awaits Governor's Signature
State lawmakers passed a bill that will reform Lexington's police and fire pension fund. The Mayor said it will solve the biggest fiscal problem facing the city.
Mayor Announces Additional Funding For Tates Creek Sidewalks
The sidewalks will cost a total of $1.7 million and will be funded through a combination of federal, state and local funds.
Mayor Gray: Lexington Place to Be
Lexington Mayor Jim Gray says in his annual State of the Merged Government speech that the future looks bright for the city. Video Video
Mayor Opens Brighton Rail Trail Expansion
The shared use trail is 12-feet wide and runs two miles, from Bryant Road to Walnut Grove Lane.
Lexington Mayor Holds Open Forum
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.
Lexington Mayor: City Ready For Winter Weather
Lexington's Mayor said Thursday that the City is ready for winter weather with a supply of 5,500 tons of road salt. Video Video
City Of Lexington To Spend $700,000 On 'LEXserv' Billing System
The City of Lexington will soon pay an extra $700,000 a year to send out bills. Video Video
Mayor: Crackdown on Violence Getting Results
Mayor Jim Gray says a crackdown on violence in Lexington has been effective. Video Video
Decision Made On Damaged Parking Garage
Mayor Jim Gray today announced that the city will demolish the upper deck of the unsafe Phoenix Parking Garage and establish a surface parking lot at the site. Video Video
Grant Money Allows Lexington To Hire More Firefighters
In a press conference Tuesday, Lexington Mayor Jim Gray and Congressman Ben Chandler announced a $2.6 million grant for Lexington firefighters, which will be used to hire more firefighters.
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