Cooper Drive residents told the Lexington council that traffic is already a headache in the area. They are worried the state will widen the road or cut down trees. Some said they feared their property values will plummet if it becomes a state road.
Cooper Drive residents told the Lexington council that traffic is already a headache in the area. They are worried the state will widen the road or cut down trees. Some said they feared their property values will plummet if it becomes a state road. Janet Worne Lexington Herald-Leader
Cooper Drive residents told the Lexington council that traffic is already a headache in the area. They are worried the state will widen the road or cut down trees. Some said they feared their property values will plummet if it becomes a state road. Janet Worne Lexington Herald-Leader

Cooper Drive residents balk at Lexington giving road to state

November 09, 2017 08:34 PM

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