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September 10, 2013 3:03 PM

Penmoken Park homeowners rehab houses for next phase of neighborhood

Thirty years ago, after a try at farming, Dick Huff moved his family to Lexington's Penmoken Park. He figured they'd be there a few years. "My three boys were young at the time and we just got comfortable in the neighborhood," said Huff. "We just ended up staying."

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