In this Episode:\ Someone at city hall wires 4 Million Dollars to just some guy. Planning Commission unanimously votes for abolishing parking minimums. AirBNB is too popular in this city. General Assembly Passes EKY Relief bill. Matt Bevin returns to this part of the earth.
Topics for today:\ Monkeypox, Woodland park's pirate ship, A rival publication's disgusting interest in """"true crime"""", UK Medical Debt, Property taxes???, Bourbon producers definitely are not covering every county in a black-mold-like substance, and something else idk erin generally writes these.
In which we talk about all of the things around Lexington getting annihilated: Barry Saturday, Two Keys, school lunch, dorms, and more...
On side B we talk about the flood, Biden, and Fancy Farm.
Mutual Aid Links:
EKY Mutual Aid: https://twitter.com/ekymutualaid
on today's agenda:\ Covid data reporting, The Damn Heat, Filler content in the newspaper, JCPS, and of course: the dark, dark, scary, non-euclidian, 501c4 money in GOP primaries.
Jenry recounts some sightseeing in central KY, gives a plea for someone to help make a railroad. \ News today: KU tree cutting, a fully federally funded NEW parking lot downtown, Constables riot against extinction, Sarah Williams walks free. Erin shares more visual gags with the listening audience, and we wonder how the democrats will ever recover in the commonwealth. (Spoiler alert: the party has given up.)
Blake Hall joins us for a Discussion on the recent road diet proposal for North Limestone, and then tries to tell us two blockheads how private development works. Jenry calls for the Division of Planning to carry out a protracted people's war in accordance with the mass line to establish a protected bike lane for 3 city blocks.
Suggested reading from this episode:\ The Birth of a Building by Ben Stevens\ Das Kapital\ Legistar\ The Death and Life of Great American Cities\ The Lexington Urbanist Forum (FB group i know)\ The bus schedule
Parkette closed, Downtown Driving range defeated, Property Development rights? well.... let's just say David Kloiber is working hard to bring the ramblers to Lexington. and then we break the sacred code to talk SCOTUS and give a new prognosis for the Federal Gov't as it currently operates