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Monday, June 21, 2021
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Kentucky developer challenges city hall selection process

A Kentucky developer plans to challenge a Lexington city committee's selection process for a proposed new government building.

Fayette County judge-executive urges elimination of his job

Fayette County Judge-Executive John Roberts has asked Kentucky lawmakers to put a measure on the statewide ballot to abolish his job.

Lexington receives $7.7 million in grant money

Governor Steve Beshear and Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) officials on Tuesday announced the award of $6.5 million in Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) funds to the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government and $1.2 million to Lextran to improve safety and air quality in Kentucky’s second-largest city.

Memorial Day holiday collections, closings in Lexington

Find out what schedule adjustments will be made by the city of Lexington on Memorial Day on everything from garbage pickup to recycling.

Lexington names new Parks director

Monica Conrad, Deputy Commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Parks, has been named Lexington's new Director of Parks and Recreation.

300-year old Bur Oak tree in Lexington park to be removed

A 300-year old Bur Oak tree in South Point Park in Lexington will soon be removed for safety reasons, according to the city's Urban Forester.

Lexington Suspends Recycling Pick-Up After Wind Damages Recycling Center

High winds on Monday damaged the canvas roof of Lexington's recycling center, which forced the city to suspend recycling pick-up until at least next Monday, December 1.

City of Lexington Continues Storm Cleanup Collections

The City of Lexington continued to make special debris collections in two Georgetown Road neighborhoods that were heavily damaged during thunderstorms on Sunday.

All Registered Voters Eligible To Vote In Lexington Primary

Due to nonpartisan races in Fayette County, even voters not registered as Democrat or Republican are able to vote Tuesday.

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