In writing about the Town of Lexington’s attempt to acquire Lexington Masonic Lodge property via eminent domain, Lake and Main’s intention was to expose a wrong. Continue reading “A Masonic Request”
The following letter was sent to Lake and Main unsolicited. With permission of the author, Mr. Charles D. (Dick) Kyzer, it is published here with only formatting changes and website link added. Continue reading “An Open Letter to the Citizens of Lexington From Masonic Lodge #152”
Lake and Main previously reported that the hotel development company Lexington Hospitality paid $1 million for the property at 116 East Main Stree in downtown Lexington. In fact, the company also bought an adjacent, .24 acre strip of land for an additional $1 million, putting the total investment for a proposed Mariott-branded hotel at $2 million. Continue reading “Lexington vs Masons: Make That TWO Million and P-Nuts”
This is the third in a series of articles about the announced construction of a hotel on Main Street in Lexington.
Lake and Main has researched public records and emailed principal players to create a timeline of events regarding the intended construction of a hotel in downtown Lexington. The proposed hotel would be in the heart of an already heavily congested area and has generated quite a bit of concern and conversation. Continue reading “The Million Dollar Bet”