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November 13, 2013 9:41 PM

Residents, police and others clean up Roosevelt Avenue; residents hope for change

On Wednesday, Habitat for Humanity, a Christian ministry partnering with volunteers and donors to eliminate substandard housing, launched the We Care—Love Your Neighborhood initiative with the Lexington Division of Police. The group cleaned up Roosevelt Avenue and built a new fence for Rosalyn Goddard-Stoutamire.

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