John Brooks worked to clean up the rubble after the building's collapse this month. The city issued a notice for general and exterior repairs in April and was in the process of issuing a fine for repair noncompliance.
John Brooks worked to clean up the rubble after the building's collapse this month. The city issued a notice for general and exterior repairs in April and was in the process of issuing a fine for repair noncompliance. Herald-Leader
John Brooks worked to clean up the rubble after the building's collapse this month. The city issued a notice for general and exterior repairs in April and was in the process of issuing a fine for repair noncompliance. Herald-Leader

After building collapse at Lexington's Third and Race streets, what's next for neighborhood?

August 16, 2015 09:10 PM

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