Lexington officials are considering a much stiffer fine for motorists who park illegally in spaces reserved for handicapped drivers.
Lexington officials are considering a much stiffer fine for motorists who park illegally in spaces reserved for handicapped drivers. Herald-Leader
Lexington officials are considering a much stiffer fine for motorists who park illegally in spaces reserved for handicapped drivers. Herald-Leader

Lexington considers stiffer fine for parking in a handicapped spot

January 29, 2014 6:04 PM

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