Fayette Alliance Director Responds to BizLex’s Burning Question

Alliance Director Knox van Nagell’s responds to the question “With the future of a $5 billion agriculture industry at stake, what needs to be done to keep it sustainable?” | Photo by Dave Traxler

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This Week’s Featured Op-Ed: Lexington’s Footprint

A healthy environment is crucial to the success of Lexington-Fayette County and the greater Bluegrass Region in the 21st century and beyond.

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Bullhorn Wins ADDY for Alliance Video

Thanks Bullhorn for doing such a great job on The Fayette Alliance video!

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Symposium on Preservation Issues

On Thursday and Friday, March 1 and 2, the University of Kentucky College of Design’s Historic Preservation program will host its 6th Annual Historic Preservation Symposium entitled “New Voices, Current Needs.”

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Board Approves Design for CentrePointe

On Wed. March 28 the Courthouse Area Design Review Board approved the latest design for the CentrePointe block in downtown Lexington.

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2012 Lafayette Seminar Provides New Perspective on Downtown Development

Join us February 20, 22, & 27, 2012 at 6 p.m. for the 2012 Lafayette Seminar in Public Issues!

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Southland Church To Purchase Additional Lexington Mall Property Parcel

Southland Christian Church expected to purchase former gas station located in front of it’s renovated Lexington Mall satellite campus, currently under development.

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Beef Profits Soared in 2011

There’s reason for optimism down on the farm, providing that’s a beef cattle operation in Tennessee or Kentucky. Photo by Lexington-Herald Leader Staff | Kentucky.com

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Lexington Appoints First Planning Commissioner

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray on Tuesday appointed Derek Paulsen to be the city’s first commissioner focused solely on planning. | Photo by Jeff Rogers | www.jeffrogers.com

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Great Potential for Victorian Square

Victorian Square in the heart of downtown Lexington is for sale, raising the possibility of changes in the handsome block of restored 19th-century buildings.

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