Concerned citizens, from left, Dr. Lauren Larson, Bob Terhaar, Nancy Terhaar, Kim Crocetti and arborist Dave Leonard talked Thursday about the new development planned near a 300-year-old bur oak that sits near the corner of Harrodsburg Road and Military Pike.
Concerned citizens, from left, Dr. Lauren Larson, Bob Terhaar, Nancy Terhaar, Kim Crocetti and arborist Dave Leonard talked Thursday about the new development planned near a 300-year-old bur oak that sits near the corner of Harrodsburg Road and Military Pike. Herald-Leader
Concerned citizens, from left, Dr. Lauren Larson, Bob Terhaar, Nancy Terhaar, Kim Crocetti and arborist Dave Leonard talked Thursday about the new development planned near a 300-year-old bur oak that sits near the corner of Harrodsburg Road and Military Pike. Herald-Leader

Lexington residents worry (again) about a 300-year-old bur oak's future

October 05, 2013 08:23 PM

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