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Food for Fines is Back  Food for Fines is back! Through  Dec. 15, if you have outstanding parking tickets, you can donate canned goods at the LexPark offices (122 North Broadway) in exchange for reduced fees. For every 10 cans of...
HOLIDAY TRASH COLLECTIONS  Because Christmas Eve falls on a weekend this year — and is recognized as a government holiday — trash collection will have two makeup days for the Christmas Holidays.    Christmas Eve observed = No Trash Collection on Friday...
Lexington residents have multiple ways to dispose of leaves this Fall.  Again this year, the City will offer expanded weekly collection instead of a once-a-year vacuum approach. Options include:   Keep them. It’s free fertilizer. Mow leaves back into your lawn....
Happy Holidays, Hamburg!  Enjoy all the fun central Kentucky has to offer this holiday season! SUNDAY NOV 5  Celebrate the Twelve Days of Christmas with Jen Dunham’s Mixed Media Exhibit, on display at the Hamburg branch of the Lexington Public Library in...
By Rhonda Reeves On a recent sunny afternoon at his neighborhood office, legendary Hamburg developer Pat Madden sits down to share the story of the infamous horse with a Hamburg legacy, Never Say Die — the namesake for Madden’s latest...

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