Mayor Jim Gray

1:12am

Wed April 29, 2015
Lexington/Richmond

Lexington City Leaders Order Centre Point Developers to Fill Hole Downtown

Credit kentucky.com

    

The city of Lexington is demanding Centre Point developers take necessary steps to fill in the large hole in the center of downtown.  A written notice was delivered to the Webb Companies office Tuesday afternoon.

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5:00pm

Tue January 20, 2015
Lexington/Richmond

Gray Touts Past Achievements, Looks to future in State of the City Address

Credit Stu Johnson / WEKU News

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray is satisfied with his administration's previous accomplishments, and optimistic about future initiatives. 

Gray expressed those sentiments Tuesday during the annual State of the City address.

Right off the top of his 26 minute speech, the mayor told city business and civic leaders that 2015 looks positive.  "I am proud to report the state of our city is strong and promising," said Gray.

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2:28pm

Sat July 12, 2014
Lexington/Richmond

Lexington Mayor Authorizes Police Cruiser ‘Take-Home’

Credit www.LexingtonKy.gov

Lexington's mayor Friday issued an executive order that will reinstate a program allowing personal use of police cruisers.  The action by Mayor Jim Gray comes after the police union suspended a vote on a proposed 50 dollar monthly fee for personal use of vehicles. 

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10:57pm

Fri February 28, 2014
The Commonwealth

Cities Support Constitutional Amendment for Local Sales Tax Option

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray has called for a local sales tax option in his State of the City address and before a House legislative committee
Credit lexingtonky.gov

Representatives of some of Kentucky’s largest cities are continuing to push for a local sales tax option.  The question is before the General Assembly in the form of bills from both the House and the Senate.  If approved by legislators, and by voters in a statewide referendum, communities could vote on raising taxes by an additional penny per dollar to pay for local projects.

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