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RECIPE FOR: "imPEACH-newBERRY POLITIC PIE"

by David Schankula Last Sunday’s Hairy-Liberal had a series of Letters to the Editor about CentrePointe and the mystery of the dead investor. They’re all worth reading, but Robert Clark, of Lexington, was certainly the winner… RECIPE FOR: “imPEACH-newBERRY POLITIC […]

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Lexington’s 3 T’s

by Andrew WyllieCover via Amazon Lexington is a city with a lot of potential. Richard Florida's book, 'The Rise of

Mayor’s Night Out tonight

“Mayor’s Night Out” is 5-7 p.m., tonight, Monday March 16, at the Northside Branch, Lexington Public Library, 1733 Russell Cave Road.Mayor Jim Newberry says, “Mayor’s Night Out is

Twitter = Transparency at LFUCG

Toward the goal of improving transparency in local government, Ace asks all Urban County Council Members - and the Mayor - to maintain Twitter accounts.They don't have to

Another Day, Another Mayoral Commission

Today Mayor Newberry announced his initial appointees to the Mayor's Commission on the American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan. Lex's stimulus Wish List included 196 projects at $556 million. The

State of the Merged Guv’mint Address is Tomorrow. Saddle up!

State of the Merged Government Address, Tuesday at NoonMayor Jim Newberry will deliver the annual "State of the MergedGovernment Address" at 12 noon, on Tuesday, Jan. 27. The

2040 Vision for Lexington released

Mayor Jim Newberry today released the final "Destination 2040" report.In early 2007, the Mayor and Council said they would make development of a community vision one of their

Parking. The Money’s on the Comeback.

Metered parking goes up to a buck an hour today. This move is supposed to stimulate people to come downtown, because it'll theoretically force the downtown workers who are

Work Hard for the Money? New LFUCG min license

If you're a small biz, hand a little more over to LFUCG.-- Guest Opinion, by Andrew Wyllie[Work Hard for the Money? will appear on Page 5 of this

Plaza Possibilities Overlooked: Civic Architecture ought to consider people, place

Letters to the Editor: Plaza Possibilities Overlooked If the architects who were illegitimately chosen for the plaza design had made more of an attempt revitalize downtownthis kind of



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