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 […]
The unlikely relationship between Kentucky’s horse-racing tradition and Urban Growth Boundaries by David Heyburn, 08.03.16, usgbc.org As Metro Louisville begins the process to update its Comprehensive Plan, Cornerstone 2020, there is an interesting historic and strategic juxtaposition in Kentucky’s next largest city, Lexington. Embedded within the richness of Kentucky’s horse-racing tradition, showcased every first Saturday in […]
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