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    Darby is a member of the Corporate Services Department as well as the Tax and Finance Department. His practice focuses on general corporate representation, tax increment financing, real estate law, governmental affairs ...

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During Commerce Lexington's Annual Dinner, Darby Turner was named a Public Policy Advocate of the Year alongside Lexington Mayor Jim Gray and University of Kentucky’s Dr. Eli Capilouto and Eric Monday.

Southland Christian Church, originally established in Lexington, Ky., in 1956, hosts a community that gathers to worship at its Harrodsburg Road main campus and its Danville satellite campus. Throughout the years, members have selflessly extended their hands to help those in need within their communities and have worked towards making a global impact. The members of Southland Christian Church focus their attention and efforts towards four specific Expressions in order to aid their communities and others when on mission. The four Expressions include relentlessly pursuing a transforming relationship with God, sacrificially serving their families, radically investing in the next generation and generously extending hope to the poor. 

As first appeared July 31, 2012, on the Business Lexington website

The restaurant industry has changed substantially in recent years with more nutritious offerings, fresh alternatives and the evolution of the fast-casual segment. More recently, several cities and counties across the country imposed nutrition labeling regulations requiring restaurants to implement new menus and menu boards. These laws also meant restaurant chains faced varying disclosure standards and expensive customization.



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