More than 40 trees on a lot at Short Street and Midland Avenue were removed last week. Owner Mike Scanlon said he is looking to redevelop the 2.7-acre lot, which has views of downtown Lexington and is next to two parks.
More than 40 trees on a lot at Short Street and Midland Avenue were removed last week. Owner Mike Scanlon said he is looking to redevelop the 2.7-acre lot, which has views of downtown Lexington and is next to two parks. Janet Patton jpatton1@herald-leader.com
More than 40 trees on a lot at Short Street and Midland Avenue were removed last week. Owner Mike Scanlon said he is looking to redevelop the 2.7-acre lot, which has views of downtown Lexington and is next to two parks. Janet Patton jpatton1@herald-leader.com

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Dozens of trees removed from downtown lot as prelude to development

August 30, 2016 10:45 AM

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