Lexington is one step closer to developing roughly three acres for a market-rate apartment complex off Spotswood Drive.
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City officials say they have no choice but to pay well above early estimates to upgrade Lexington’s antiquated water plants, costing residents more.
Lexington’s local boards and commissions are riddled with vacancies. City council members encourage citizens to volunteer.
Lexington City Council Member Leslie Straughan faces opposition to her proposal, setting up a town vs. gown conflict.
The Rockbridge County Board of Supervisors will continue to provide financial help to the Virginia Horse Center, but Lexington City Council has yet to decide whether it will do the same.
Oak Grove Cemetery and Evergreen Cemetery will have available space for decades after Lexington City Council agreed to purchase portions of neighboring residents’ backyards.
Three of four precincts have reported results in Lexington’s City Council race, where four candidates faced off for three seats. Candidate Collette Barry-Rec appears to have been defeated.
The race for three Lexington City Council seats pits two newcomers against two incumbents. One candidate has injected controversy into the race.
A referendum to change the selection method of the Lexington City School Board from City Council appointment to a direct election is on the ballot for Lexington voters this Election Day.
Lexington’s police chief is counting on retention and sign-on bonuses to help make the department a competitive place to work.