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Darby Turner Named a Public Policy Advocate of the Year
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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.

The award comes after the group’s collaborative work to solve a pressing economic development issue - the lack of available land for businesses to locate.

Through Darby’s leadership as the Commerce Lexington Economic Development Chair, the city and University have come together to support a land exchange. The University of Kentucky is now working with the city on a potential deal to provide 250 acres at Coldstream Research Park for job creation.  Additionally, the city is working with the University on better pedestrian and traffic safety in and around campus.  Congratulations, Darby!

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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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