Article by W. Clay Crook-
The Mayor and Board of Aldermen for Lexington met on Monday evening, May 24, 2021. Lexington Mayor Jeff Griggs opened with an update from MTAS on the Jim Terry mobile home/halfway house zoning issue. MTAS reported that there were no issues as long as the park remained within the city’s mobile home ordinance but did not address the halfway house question. Mayor Griggs said that he would readdress that issue with MTAS.
The board approved the following items on the consent agenda:
• An Arts Grant application for Beech River Cultural Museum
• An All-Way Stop at the intersection of Roselawn Street and Eastgate Drive
• The low bid on the Lift Station #8 & #9 (Skyline Dr.) Replacement project by Jackson Boring & Trenching
• The low bid on the Town Branch interceptor sewer replacement project by Enscor, LLC
• The first reading to rezone the James Minor Jr. property located at the intersection of Natchez
Trace Drive and Hall Street to M1
• A Lexington Electric System request to authorize CSA Data Hosting that…
For complete coverage, see the May 26th edition of The Lexington Progress.