Lexington City Board Meets

Crystal Ozier gave an update on the Everett Horn Library to the Lexington board of aldermen and explained some of the financial issues.
Photo by: W. Clay Crook / The Lexington Progress

Article by W. Clay Crook-

The Board of Mayor and Alderman for the city of Lexington met on Tuesday evening, January 28, 2020, at the City Hall conference room. Mayor Jeff Griggs asked that the second reading on the ordinance relating to mobile food preparation vehicles be tabled for further research. The board tabled the item and will look at it during the next scheduled work session. The board approved the second reading of the ordinance amending the Lexington municipal code relative to the order of business, and the first reading of the ordinance to repeal Electric Utility Board, the Gas Board and the Water Board. This is part of the plan to streamline the number of different city meetings, as the boards are…

For the complete story, see the February 5th edition of The Lexington Progress.

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  1. Curtis catron on February 5, 2020 at 7:11 pm

    I have a idea, seriously, and that is, inviting more companies to come in and open up job opportunities. Stop worrying about what the churches think. Get jobs there, make them hire people, and start policing your factories, cause fluid routing is participating in illegal practices by only giving 20 minute lunches. Just a tip. And that is on the clock. For a 8 hour shift.

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