Jeremie Mitchell paid to park Tuesday afternoon on Lexington Avenue between Maxwell Street and Avenue of Champions. Lexpark says it will lose $200,000 in revenue from parking meters on streets the city will give to the University of Kentucky as part of a swap that involves streets for land for economic development.
Jeremie Mitchell paid to park Tuesday afternoon on Lexington Avenue between Maxwell Street and Avenue of Champions. Lexpark says it will lose $200,000 in revenue from parking meters on streets the city will give to the University of Kentucky as part of a swap that involves streets for land for economic development. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Jeremie Mitchell paid to park Tuesday afternoon on Lexington Avenue between Maxwell Street and Avenue of Champions. Lexpark says it will lose $200,000 in revenue from parking meters on streets the city will give to the University of Kentucky as part of a swap that involves streets for land for economic development. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

Whoops! Lexington's land-for-roads swap with UK could cost Lexpark $200,000 a year.

June 20, 2018 11:56 AM