Lexington Mayor Jim Gray discussed future plans for Lexington Center during an afternoon news conference Monday, held outside Rupp Arena. Gray announced the appointment of a 42-member group — The Arena, Arts and Entertainment District Task Force. With Gray are, from left: Wil James, Bill Owen, Brent Rice, Pam Miller and UK President Lee T. Todd Jr.
Lexington Mayor Jim Gray discussed future plans for Lexington Center during an afternoon news conference Monday, held outside Rupp Arena. Gray announced the appointment of a 42-member group — The Arena, Arts and Entertainment District Task Force. With Gray are, from left: Wil James, Bill Owen, Brent Rice, Pam Miller and UK President Lee T. Todd Jr.
Lexington Mayor Jim Gray discussed future plans for Lexington Center during an afternoon news conference Monday, held outside Rupp Arena. Gray announced the appointment of a 42-member group — The Arena, Arts and Entertainment District Task Force. With Gray are, from left: Wil James, Bill Owen, Brent Rice, Pam Miller and UK President Lee T. Todd Jr.

Mayor appoints task force to study Rupp Arena's future

March 29, 2011 12:00 AM

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