Fayette County

January 8, 2014 5:35 PM

Costs, repairs continue after October flooding at Fayette Circuit Courthouse

Lexington already has paid $250,000 for repairs and clean-up of the Fayette Circuit Courthouse after water from a malfunctioning toilet damaged several floors of the building in late October.

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