Monthly Archives: August 2015

Lexington Is More Welcoming to All with Global Lex

Lexington’s new center, called Global Lex, will offer multilingual services, citizenship classes, driver’s education and public safety classes.  It features art by foreign-born Lexingtonians and is likely to host business incubation programs.  The expected outcome from this center is a … Continue reading

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Minimum Wage Meeting Postponed

At the August 18th, 2015 Work Session, a majority of Council (9-5) voted to postpone the August 20th, 2015 Committee of the Whole discussion on minimum wage.  I voted with the minority who wanted to keep the original date (8/20/15) … Continue reading

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SeedLeaf’s Ordinary Magic

The following is a guest post by Ryan Koch, Director of SeedLeaf.  You may view the original post here. This is only a song; it won’t change the world. -Ben Sollee With Fayette County Public Schools starting up again today, … Continue reading

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Celebrate National Farmers Market Week and Support Bluegrass Double Dollars

United States Department of Agriculture Secretary Thomas Vilsack has proclaimed August 2-8, 2015 as National Farmer’s Market Week.   The Lexington Farmers Market will mark the occasion with its Summer Celebration this Saturday, August 8th, 2015. You can RSVP for … Continue reading

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