As you know, the lot is vacant and the city of Lexington said grass seed
must be sewn there until work begins on the project. A green foamy
substance appeared on the lot last month. Developer Dudley Webb says the
substance is mixed with the grass seed and hardens to hold the seed in
place much like you would do when you put straw down. They had to put
the substance down because of the incline on the property. Webb says it
will be sometime in the middle of September before you see the grass
growing. When it does the fencing surrounding it will come down.
As for construction of the project, Webb says he is still waiting on the
approval of financing.