Lexington developer Dennis Anderson has an option to buy Midway Station, the 180-acre industrial park northeast of Midway. Under a plan approved by Midway City Council and to be discussed by Woodford Fiscal Court, tax-increment financing would be used to help Anderson redevelop the park for a variety of mixed uses. Photo taken on Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff

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Lexington developer Dennis Anderson has an option to buy Midway Station, the 180-acre industrial park northeast of Midway. Under a plan approved by Midway City Council and to be discussed by Woodford Fiscal Court, tax-increment financing would be used to help Anderson redevelop the park for a variety of mixed uses. Photo taken on Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff gkocher1@herald-leader.com Lexington Herald-Leader
Lexington developer Dennis Anderson has an option to buy Midway Station, the 180-acre industrial park northeast of Midway. Under a plan approved by Midway City Council and to be discussed by Woodford Fiscal Court, tax-increment financing would be used to help Anderson redevelop the park for a variety of mixed uses. Photo taken on Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff gkocher1@herald-leader.com Lexington Herald-Leader

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