Looking north at the recently widened and improved Clays Mill Road near New Circle Road in Lexington. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Tuesday to officially open the recently improved section from Keithshire Way to just past New Circle. Council member Jennifer Mossotti, Vice Mayor Steve Kay, state transportation officials and Stonewall neighbors were on hand for the ceremony.
Looking north at the recently widened and improved Clays Mill Road near New Circle Road in Lexington. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Tuesday to officially open the recently improved section from Keithshire Way to just past New Circle. Council member Jennifer Mossotti, Vice Mayor Steve Kay, state transportation officials and Stonewall neighbors were on hand for the ceremony. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Looking north at the recently widened and improved Clays Mill Road near New Circle Road in Lexington. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Tuesday to officially open the recently improved section from Keithshire Way to just past New Circle. Council member Jennifer Mossotti, Vice Mayor Steve Kay, state transportation officials and Stonewall neighbors were on hand for the ceremony. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

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