by Beth Musgrave, 12.01.16, Kentucky.com
When the Urban Service Area was last expanded in 1996, more than 500 acres were added and set aside for economic development.
Twenty years later, about 350 acres off of Newtown Pike near Interstate 64 and Interstate 75 and a little more than 200 acres off of Polo Club Boulevard near the Hamburg shopping center have not been developed.
Under a proposed text amendment to the economic development zone pending before the Lexington Urban County Council, more types of businesses would be allowed in the economic development zone…Read more at Kentucky.com
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