Brookmonte Lane in southern Fayette County is lined with large houses on 10-acre lots that qualify for the farmland-preservation tax break.
Brookmonte Lane in southern Fayette County is lined with large houses on 10-acre lots that qualify for the farmland-preservation tax break. Faron Collins Herald-Leader
Brookmonte Lane in southern Fayette County is lined with large houses on 10-acre lots that qualify for the farmland-preservation tax break. Faron Collins Herald-Leader

10-acre lawns get benefit meant for working Fayette County farms

February 21, 2016 04:49 PM

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