LexRevealed: Discovering Fayette County’s people and places

 Thanks to everyone who came out for our first LexRevealed breakfast. We had a great turn out—over 30 people attended!  To see photos from Stan Harvey’s and Frank Butler’s presentation check out the slideshow below, you can also click here to download a copy of their powerpoint:

 

Our next LexRevealed breakfast will feature Don Robinson, owner of Winter Quarter Farm, birthplace of Zenyatta in January, 2013. Check back for more details!

 


Join us for Stan Harvey & Frank Butler’s talk about the
Rupp Arena Arts & Entertainment District and the Town Branch Commons

October 2nd from 7-8 a.m.
at the Berea Room in the Lexington Convention Center

This event is free and open to the public. Donuts and coffee will be provided.

A special thanks to Third Street Stuff & Coffee for sponsoring the coffee for this event.

LexRevealed is a breakfast series organized by The Fayette Alliance to showcase important leaders and places in Lexington; educate the public about the value and importance of the diverse industries, business, and projects happening in our dynamic county; and provide a unique opportunity to interact with the leaders of our community.

The Fayette Alliance is a coalition of citizens dedicated to achieving sustainable growth through land use advocacy, education and promotion. The LexRevealed series is an opportunity to interact with some of our key supporters and community partners, folks who help make our vision for a dynamic city balanced with vibrant and productive farmland a reality.


Stanford R. Harvey | AICP | Principal at Urban Collage, Inc.

As one of the founding Principals of Urban Collage, Stanford Harvey, AICP, possesses nineteen years of experience in redevelopment and planning. Building upon both his background in architecture and city planning and his work for the City of Atlanta in the years preceding the 1996 Olympics, Mr. Harvey has served as Principal-In-Charge for numerous firm projects, and as the Project Manager for the Arena, Arts & Entertainment District Task Force. His specialty is conceptualization of planning processes, facilitating community participation, directing facilities / infrastructure programs and developing implementation strategies.

Mr. Harvey is a graduate of the University of Michigan and the Georgia Institute of Technology with master’s degrees in architecture and city planning.

 

As project manager for the Rupp Arena, Arts and Entertainment District, Frank Butler is leading phase two of the project, which will develop a detailed design and a financing plan. Prior to his current positon, Mr. Butler was Executive Vice President for Finance and Administration at University of Kentucky, where he worked for 37 years. Mr. Butler also served on the 47-member Arena, Arts and Entertainment District Task Force that came up with recommendations to renovate Rupp Arena; build a new Lexington Center; and add commercial, residential and educational space downtown.