Neighborhood: a firetruck in a parking lotBurn ban for Fayette County
Fayette County is under a burn ban by the Lexington Fire Marshal until October 7 at 7 am. This means people living within the county lines cannot set fires outdoors including: trash, cooking, and construction debris. Even those with open burn permits are not allowed to burn outside.

6th District-Wide Meeting
Join 6th District Councilmember Angela Evans for a district update meeting at the Hamburg Library on Tuesday, October 22 at 6:30 pm. Guest speakers include Mayor Linda Gorton and Leslie Rodgers, U.S. Census Bureau.

Smooth Ride
Liberty Road is smoothing out. Over the summer the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has been working to repair base failures between Fortune Drive and Graftons Mill Road. Certain areas were a little bumpy, but the conditions have gotten smoother for the heavily trafficked area.

Neighborhood: a dog in a halloween costumeHalloween at PetSuites
PetSuites in Hamburg invites pet parents, kids, and dogs to a Halloween Party on Saturday, October 26. From noon to 3 pm, stop by for pumpkin decorating, goodie bags, and pups in costumes! (2057 Bryant Road)

Cruise-in to the Hamburg Pavilion on Saturday, October 5 for the October Cars & Coffee Car Show at 9 am.

Lexington Senior Center will host a Medicare Educational Update with KY Health Solutions, 11 am, Lexington Senior Center on October 9

Annual Fundraiser at Southern States
The Central Kentucky Audubon Society & Audubon Society of Kentucky host the Annual Fall Bird Seed Sale Fundraiser on October 26 from 8 am until 1 pm at Southern States Co-op (2570 Palumbo Drive). Info, 859-255-7524.

Community Helpers Day
Habitat for Humanity’s Construction Operations Manager Huston has been busy training the next generation of Lexington Habitat volunteers.

Neighborhood: street view of new constructionLane Change
Last month, Pink Pigeon’s turn lanes got a little facelift. Near the Walgreens and Chick-fil-a, the street now has a through/left lane combination and right-turn- only lane. The lane change accommodates a right turn green arrow signal to help accommodate the high number of right turns at this intersection from off of Pink Pigeon.




This article also appears on page 6 and 7 of the April 2019 print edition of Hamburg Journal.

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