Pipe Problems Brought to Council

| October 10, 2012
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Lexington City Council passed two ordinances concerning property at Tuesday night’s meeting.  Click to hear KMZU’s Sarah Scott speak with Mayor Jerry Brown:

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Brown said one exception of code was made for a historical building that used to be a workshop where grave markers were made.  The historic building, which was formerly the location of a grave marker workshop, now serves as a small pub.  Brown said that rennovation would have required the new owner to put in a second, ADA-compliant bathroom.  They forgave the requirement due to space.  Council also rezoned one lot to allow one man to build a garage on an empty lot in a residential neighborhood.

A point of failure in Lexington’s water pipe system were brought forward.  Brown said engineers recommend putting a second pipeline between the water production tank and the city’s water supply tank.  Rough estimates put the project at a cost $250 million.

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