Dave Sevigny (suh-VIG-nee) moved to Lexington in 1985 with a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Buffalo to start a career at IBM. There he met his wife Paula, and they raised their two now adult children – Lauren and Andrew – in southwest Lexington. In 1996, in the basement of their home, he launched a small IT company, which is still a strong, independently owned regional technology player. A lifelong learner, Dave achieved his MBA at Duke University in 2002, but bleeds UK blue! His company was awarded Commerce Lexington’s Small Business of the Year in 2010, and he was awarded the KY SBA Small Businessperson of the Year in 2011. He retired a few years ago to follow his passion for community and small business stewardship.
Dave has done a wide variety of non-profit and board work over his career:
- Commerce Lexington, executive board and chair or vice chair of multiple program areas.
- With his church frequently leading its governing board or vestry and with Episcopal Diocese of Lexington as Treasurer and VP of the board.
- Jr. Achievement as a donor, teacher, and board member and with CASA-helping a preteen navigate the foster/adoption process and his children’s school site-based council at James Lane Allen Elementary.
- Serving on board in the neighborhoods in which he's lived, and
- With the environment as a chief steward navigating multiple stormwater projects in our city.
We will update this project list whenever our office receives updates. If you do not see an update or a project, please let us know.
New storm pipe and inlets will be constructed along Savannah Lane.
- The flow of rainwater to the existing concrete flume along Savannah and Guilford Lanes will be reduced.
- Most of the construction will take place in the City’s right-of-way.
- Project summary
If you have questions, please visit lexingtonky.gov/Stormwater for project details or contact the Division of Water Quality at (859) 425-2400.
Construction is estimated to begin in late 2023 and last for one year.
Wolf Run Trunk F will replace and upsize over 3,500 feet of sanitary sewer line along Wolf Run Creek from Spring Meadows Drive to Lafayette Parkway. Construction is estimated to begin in late summer of 2023.
- Over 3,500 feet of sanitary sewer line will be upsized to increase the capacity of the pipes.
- Construction is estimated to begin in the late summer of 2023 and last for one year.
The contractor will re-seed Southland Park Project - Phase 1 at the basins for the areas that are fairly sparse. They plan to install a winter cover along with a Southern Mix/Meadow Mix (more drought/heat tolerable). They are also going to help clear out some of the undesirable plants that have popped up in the summer/fall of 2024.
The Contractor doing the DWQ Southland Park Project - Phase 2 said all pipe work is in the ground and they are hoping to do final paving on Tucson around Nov 15th or 16th (pending weather)!
- Project is to mitigate street flooding on Lyon Dr. between Ft. Harrod Dr. and Snaffle Rd., and construct upsized storm sewer and expand an existing detention basin on Ft. Harrods Dr.
- Technical Memorandum
Qualified Infrastructure Program (QIP) project