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Tag: Infill and Redevelopment

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Thistle Station TIF

Fayette Alliance believes that Lexington-Fayette County can become the model for sustainable growth, by connecting and balancing its vibrant city with its unique and productive Bluegrass farmland. In furtherance of our mission to grow our city and promote our farms, we support Tax Increment Financing for the Thistle Station development, located on a 3.9-acre parcel at...

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Cardinal Valley and Armstrong Mill Small Area Plans

  On April 30th, the Planning Commission approved both small area plans as amendments to the 2013 Comp Plan.  LFUCG Urban County Council will vote to determine funding for the implementation projects.  What are small area plans?  Small area plans are high-level planning documents that address challenges and opportunities facing certain neighborhoods. Once adopted, they inform...

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We Support 21c Museum Hotel’s Loan Request

On Thursday, June 5th 2014, City Council voted to accept the $6 million Section 108 HUD Loan for the 21C Museum Hotel development. A special thanks to all of our supporters who wrote to council and came to meeting to show their support of this funding. Join us in support of 21C Museum Hotel’s Loan...

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2014 House Bill 282: Expanding Mixed-Use Development

House Bill 282 did not make it out of committee during the 2014 legislative session. However, it General Assembly might take it back up in the 2015 session. We’ll keep you updated of any new developments here at fayettealliance.com The Kentucky State Legislature is currently considering House Bill 282, which will expand the scope of...

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At Last, A Plan for Design Excellence

Planning Commission unanimously recommended approval of the Design excellence ZOTA. Now it, along with infill incentives, will go to the Planning Committee of Council for review and discussion. Council to review zoning change that outlines design district in downtown Lexington by Beth Musgrave, 01.14.14, Kentucky.com The Urban County Council could add incentives to encourage more...

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