The former Blue Grass Stockyards site on Lisle Industrial Avenue in Lexington. Stockyards officials took 25 Fayette County and 25 Scott County officials and business leaders on a tour of the former stockyards property, its stockyards in Stanford and the proposed site near the Fayette and Scott County line. The tour was one day before the Fayette County Board of Adjustment hearing on Friday. The original stockyards was destroyed by fire in January. All of the debris from the fire has been removed and grass has been planted on the site.
The former Blue Grass Stockyards site on Lisle Industrial Avenue in Lexington. Stockyards officials took 25 Fayette County and 25 Scott County officials and business leaders on a tour of the former stockyards property, its stockyards in Stanford and the proposed site near the Fayette and Scott County line. The tour was one day before the Fayette County Board of Adjustment hearing on Friday. The original stockyards was destroyed by fire in January. All of the debris from the fire has been removed and grass has been planted on the site. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
The former Blue Grass Stockyards site on Lisle Industrial Avenue in Lexington. Stockyards officials took 25 Fayette County and 25 Scott County officials and business leaders on a tour of the former stockyards property, its stockyards in Stanford and the proposed site near the Fayette and Scott County line. The tour was one day before the Fayette County Board of Adjustment hearing on Friday. The original stockyards was destroyed by fire in January. All of the debris from the fire has been removed and grass has been planted on the site. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

Fight over Blue Grass Stockyards’ proposed home set for Friday

March 24, 2016 02:58 PM