Fayette County

May 5, 2016 10:27 AM

Webb Cos., banks to fund $38 million CentrePointe parking garage

Dudley Webb spoke Thursday at the Lexington Forum

He says company to pay for part of garage through equity, private bank financing

Webb declines to name international financier who died before fulfilling 2008 commitment to project

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