Lexington's leaders held another hearing on the city's proposed storm sewer tax Thursday night.
Lexington must pay hundreds of millions of dollars to make repairs to the city's storm sewer system.
The old systems overflowed when it rained, causing waste to back up in people's neighborhoods.
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