Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Food Truck Dilemma

I face a dilemma when I consider the latest proposal for a pilot program to allow food trucks to occupy metered parking spaces in a few limited areas of downtown.  I am a long-time downtown resident and booster.  I have … Continue reading

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Mayor’s Commission on Homelessness – Final Report

After months of hard work, the final report of the Mayor’s Commission on Homelessness has been completed.  You can find a copy here.  I am very grateful to the Mayor for asking me to serve as chair; to Debra Hensley, my invaluable … Continue reading

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Downtown Lexington Traffic Movement and Revitalization Study – North Area Public Meeting

There will be a public meeting regarding the North Area of the Downtown Lexington Traffic Movement and Revitalization Study (two-way streets) on Wednesday, June 5th from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm at the Leington Traditional Magnet School at 350 North … Continue reading

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UK Symphony Orchestra

The University of Kentucky’s Symphony Orchestra is the focus of this month’s Council Comments.  You can watch an interview with John Nardolillo, the Symphony’s Music Director and Conductor here. The Orchestra is composed of graduate and undergraduate students selected by competitive audition and performs by itself and in … Continue reading

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Council Clerk Susan Lamb Named Employee of the Year

Congratulations  to our own Susan Lamb for a job well done.  We have all known that Susan does a great job, and now she has been recognized as “Employee of the Year” by the Kentucky Municipal Clerks Association.  You can read more about her accomplishments here. … Continue reading

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