April 2012 file photo of buildings at 1393 Trent Boulevard  in Lexington. Bluegrass Area Development District bought the buildings to house ex-felons enrolled in a employment training program for people just released from jail.
April 2012 file photo of buildings at 1393 Trent Boulevard in Lexington. Bluegrass Area Development District bought the buildings to house ex-felons enrolled in a employment training program for people just released from jail. Herald-Leader
April 2012 file photo of buildings at 1393 Trent Boulevard in Lexington. Bluegrass Area Development District bought the buildings to house ex-felons enrolled in a employment training program for people just released from jail. Herald-Leader

Neighbors upset with plan to house ex-felons in Trent Boulevard buildings

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