Increasing local food production in the Lexington area is one key objective of the city's newly named local food coordinator.
Ashton Potter-Wright presented her agenda this week to Lexington council members. Potter-Wright admits it's unrealistic to expect significant, short-term economic gains in bluegrass food production.
The six-year downtown Centre Point project has hit another snag. The state has refused to grant developers funds for an underground parking structure.
It's likely the topic will be up for discussion Thursday evening at Lexington City Hall.
When members of the Urban County Council return from summer recess, a highly debated downtown development project is likely to get their attention.
Developers of the Centre Point Project are seeking to borrow 30 million dollars to construct an underground parking garage.