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Mayor’s Neighborhood Summit- 2020

Mayor Linda Gorton will host a virtual Mayor’s Neighborhood Summit, Tuesday, November 17 through Thursday, November 19. This is the second annual Mayor’s Neighborhood Summit for Lexington neighborhoods, but the first time it will be virtual (due to COVID-19 restrictions).  A virtual format will still allow the City to provide information, and to answer pre-submitted questions from the public.

The 2020 Mayor’s Virtual Neighborhood Summit will take place over three days, and cover topics on public works and infrastructure, the Mayor’s Commission for Racial Justice & Equality, and COVID-19 in Fayette County. Each day will feature panelists who will discuss how these issues are affecting Lexington. They will also answer pre-submitted questions received from the public by Tuesday, November 17. Questions can be submitted to summit@lexingtonky.gov, or by calling 859-258-3117.

View live on LexTV – Spectrum channel 185, MetroNet channel 3, Windstream channels 3 and 20, or online at lexingtonky.gov/lextv.

Public Works & Infrastructure

Tuesday, November 17
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Mayor Gorton
Commissioner of Environmental Quality & Public Works Nancy Albright
Director of Water Quality Charles Martin
Director of Project Management Brandi Peacher

The Mayor’s Commission for Racial Justice & Equality
Wednesday, November 18
11 a.m.-Noon
Mayor Gorton
Mayor’s Commission for Racial Justice & Equality Co-Chairs Roszalyn Akins and Dr. Gerald L. Smith
Commissioner of Social Services Chris Ford

COVID-19 in Fayette County

Thursday, November 19
10-11 a.m.
Mayor Gorton
Lexington-Fayette County Commissioner of Health Dr. Kraig Humbaugh
Mayor’s Chief of Staff Tyler Scott

For more information on the Mayor’s Virtual Neighborhood Summit: lexingtonky.gov/neighborhoodsummit.