Lexington's 45-year-old Annex parking garage, with its crumbling concrete and temporary supports, makes many visitors uncomfortable. But the city says the structure, which sits between the county clerk's office and police headquarters downtown, is being constantly monitored and regularly maintained.
Lexington's 45-year-old Annex parking garage, with its crumbling concrete and temporary supports, makes many visitors uncomfortable. But the city says the structure, which sits between the county clerk's office and police headquarters downtown, is being constantly monitored and regularly maintained.
Lexington's 45-year-old Annex parking garage, with its crumbling concrete and temporary supports, makes many visitors uncomfortable. But the city says the structure, which sits between the county clerk's office and police headquarters downtown, is being constantly monitored and regularly maintained.

Downtown Lexington parking garage is city's busiest, but is it safe?

February 13, 2011 12:00 AM

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