Monthly Archives: August 2012

Russell School – A New Life for an Old Building

This month my Council Comments is a tour of the Russell Community Center and Russell School Apartments.  Russell School has a long and distinguished history in Lexington.  Located at 5th and Toner, the site is near the original Colored School No. 1.  … Continue reading

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September Meeting To Exchange Ideas

It’s that time again!  I am having another informal  meeting to hear your thoughts and to share my thoughts about issues council is presently considering.  This time we will meet in the large meeting room at the Northside Branch of the Public Library, located at 1733 … Continue reading

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Two-way Streets Study Progressing

For those interested in following the work of the consultants on the possible redesign of our downtown one-way streets (and I know there are many of you), here is a link to the web site that provides initial information and where … Continue reading

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Proposed Animal Ordinance

As some of  you may now know, the proposed animal ordinance that would allow miniature goats and pigs in all zones failed to pass out of the Planning and Public Works Committee on Tuesday by a vote of 5-4.   I … Continue reading

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Open Space Event Seeks Input on Homelessness

I have copied below a press release about the Open Space event on homelessness to be held Saturday, August 25, 2012.  Please consider attending to share your views and learn more about this important issue. **************************** OPEN UP IN OPEN … Continue reading

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It’s coming up sunflowers – the art of Mary Rezny

When I returned from vacation I barely recognized my office!  Mary Rezny’s art had magically appeared on my walls.  Mary is a photo-mixed media artist based in Lexington since 1976.  Her studio/gallery is in the Distillery District where she exhibits her current … Continue reading

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