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[KY 922]
Officials Pledge Housing Will Be a Priority in Newtown Pike Extension
Posted: 6-Sep-2002 11:05PM CDT

Federal, state, and local officials have pledged that housing and community input will be taken into account during the planning and construction of an extension to Newtown Pike in downtown Lexington. 180 new homes will be constructed by non-profit agencies during the process of building the new road. The new 1.25 mile road is expected to open in 2007. The road will connect West Main Street to Patterson Street.

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