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  • How city's 'End Panhandling Now' van will work

    Lexington officials unveiled a new End Panhandling Now van. The van will pick up homeless people and panhandlers each day and take them to job sites in an effort to reverse a surge in panhandling. They will be paid $9 an hour, higher than the minimum wage.

Lexington officials unveiled a new End Panhandling Now van. The van will pick up homeless people and panhandlers each day and take them to job sites in an effort to reverse a surge in panhandling. They will be paid $9 an hour, higher than the minimum wage. cbertram@herald-leader.com
Lexington officials unveiled a new End Panhandling Now van. The van will pick up homeless people and panhandlers each day and take them to job sites in an effort to reverse a surge in panhandling. They will be paid $9 an hour, higher than the minimum wage. cbertram@herald-leader.com

Spare some change for a ride to work?

July 25, 2017 6:38 PM