Lexington has a new potent weapon in its annual war on snowy streets … a second salt barn. Mayor Linda Gorton and several councilmembers cut a ribbon to officially open the salt barn today, and crews began filling it with salt.
Citizens on the streets listed below may see vehicles, work crews, and small equipment. Work crews will be wearing reflective vests and appropriate identification. Breckenridge St Chestnut St Davidson Ct E Loudon Av E Seventh St
This year the nationally recognized Food for Fines program runs from Monday, Nov. 25 – Friday, Dec. 20.
An unknown man fled from officers, nearly striking them in the process.
With a rain/snow mix expected in the evening hours combined with temperatures expected below freezing, the City is urging commuters to use extra caution on their morning commute.
Lexington’s main hospitals will provide $200,000 to keep Lexington’s Community Paramedicine Program open in 2020, Mayor Linda Gorton announced at a news conference today.