Monthly Archives: April 2011

Zero Food Miles, Yum

A couple of weeks ago I went to Windy Corner and Berries on Bryan Station to talk about local food and its importance to our individual health and the health of our local economy. You can watch the video on GTV3. I chose these two businesses … Continue reading

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Pat McNeese Video Redux

Apologies to all who read the earlier post, tried to look at the video, and found that the link did not work. It took a while, but we now have a link that works.  You can watch the video here.  

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Adaptive Reuse Symposium Challenges Conventional Thinking

On March 31 – April 1, the UK College of Design presented a Historic Preservation Symposium entitled “Adaptive Reuse: Preservation Through Innovation” at the Carnegie Center.  The speaker’s presentations were followed by a local panel discussion.  The speakers were were Roberta Brandes Gratz, Holly … Continue reading

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Which Way for Two-way Streets?

Recently I was in an LFUCG meeting about options for changing some of downtown Lexington’s one-way streets back into two-way streets. The last comprehensive report about the potential impact of these changes was done in 2007 in conjunction with the Downtown Master … Continue reading

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