A small Bobcat loader was parked Thursday at the rear of the former Peoples Bank building in the 300 block of South Broadway in Lexington. A demolition permit has been issued for the 1960s-era building.
A small Bobcat loader was parked Thursday at the rear of the former Peoples Bank building in the 300 block of South Broadway in Lexington. A demolition permit has been issued for the 1960s-era building. Herald-Leader
A small Bobcat loader was parked Thursday at the rear of the former Peoples Bank building in the 300 block of South Broadway in Lexington. A demolition permit has been issued for the 1960s-era building. Herald-Leader

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April 30, 2015 11:53 AM

UPDATED April 30, 2015 11:50 PM

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