The city of Lexington has placed signs at 46 intersections encouraging people to give to Lexgive.com and not to panhandlers.
The city of Lexington has placed signs at 46 intersections encouraging people to give to Lexgive.com and not to panhandlers. Amy Wallot LFUCG
The city of Lexington has placed signs at 46 intersections encouraging people to give to Lexgive.com and not to panhandlers. Amy Wallot LFUCG

Lexington adds ‘Change the way you give’ signs to discourage panhandling

July 14, 2017 05:00 PM

UPDATED July 15, 2017 04:42 PM

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