All posts by Rob Morris

Toward a Better Lexington

by Rob Morris “It has taken five years on Council to understand what we can and cannot control.”— Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council Member Kevin Stinnett, 7/2/2009 How do we make Lexington a better city?  Really better?  I have some ideas, […]

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Tangled Webb

by Rob Morris At the Lexington Forum last week, CentrePointe’s developer spun a dazzling and dizzying tale about the history and

An update on CentrePointe

At the Lexington Forum this morning, CentrePointe’s developer updated the public on the status of the faltering project in the

Ending Blight in Lexington

Every morning when I walk into work, I see 8-foot-tall tree-weeds growing through unkempt hedges and spilling over into the

Homesick in Lexington

An open letter to Lexington’s leaders from the next generation by Carson Morris “How do we build a city the next generation

The Twitter Transparency Era Begins in Lexington

The Twitter Transparency Era has begun in Lexington.  Vice Mayor Jim Gray (@JimGrayLexKy) and Councilmember Diane Lawless (@DianeLawless) began using

Unfortunately. Private. CentrePointe

There were two common refrains at Tuesday’s Urban County Council confrontation between our vice mayor and the developers of CentrePointe. One

Why Twitter Matters

by Rob MorrisPart 1: Making Twitter workA couple of weeks ago, Oprah began using Twitter. Some saw her adoption of the service as a milestone that Twitter

Optimism is Not a Business Strategy

Why CentrePointe Will Failby Rob MorrisA few months back, I openly wondered about the viability of the CentrePointe project, which thus far has only managed to crater an



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