No phrase on what the Versailles Road assets could be used for if the pending sale is licensed
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – After discussions in closed consultation at its Monday assembly, Fayette County Board of Education Chairman Tyler Murphy introduced the board voted to spend $10.1 million to buy 35-plus acres of land and a house at 2160 Versailles Road from the circle of relatives of Lexington developer Dudley Webb, consistent with the Lexington Herald-Leader.
The pending sale should be licensed via the Kentucky Department of Education.
There used to be no announcement Monday night time on what the valuables could be used for, consistent with the record.
The board voted to permit Superintendent Demetrus Liggins to barter and the chairperson to execute a freelance to obtain the land and the house that sits at the assets, consistent with the record.
The Herald-Leader reported Dudley Webb may now not right away be reached for remark.