Article by W. Clay Crook-
The Lexington Board of Mayor and Alderman has moved to having a workshop session the week before the regular meeting, and the first session on February 18, 2020, was filled with great discussions and productive feedback. “I really want to encourage the public to attend these workshops,” said Lexington Mayor Jeff Griggs. “Not only does it give the public more time to present their ideas and feedback, but it gives the board a week to research a topic before it comes to a vote.” The workshop sessions are discussions only, there are no final decisions or votes taken.
There were twenty-two items on the agenda.
“The meeting ran longer than planned, but there were several lengthy topics this first time around,” said Griggs. “We want to think each proposal through and to get them right the first time around,” Griggs said during a discussion of the possibility of a…
For complete coverage, see the February 26th edition of The Lexington Progress.