Take the Housing Preference Survey and Help our City Make Informed Planning Decisions! Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government (LFUCG)i s conducting an independent study to identify mid-term (10 years) housing demand for both market rate and affordable housing types, and identify economic and regulatory barriers to meeting projected demand. As part of this process, LFUCG is […]
After recession, builders want more room to grow. Lexington should say no. by Tom Eblen, 8.30.16, Kentucky.com After years of recession-induced silence, the drumbeat is sure to start again: builders, developers and land speculators will want to expand the Urban Service Boundary. Don’t do it, Lexington, and not just for the obvious reason. Central Kentucky’s […]
It was a unanimous vote last night – no expansion of the Urban Services Area. We would like to thank the Council, and our supporters for your help on this pivotal issue!
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