Kentucky high school to get a new stadium

July 2, 2008
Lafayette High in Lexington is last of 5 high schools to get a new facility
The Fayette County (Ky.) school district is planning to build a new stadium at Lafayette High School in Lexington. Boosters say the stadium has been in dire need of repair for years. Problems include a leaky press box, broken locks and outdated restrooms. Lafayette is the last of the district's five high schools to get a new stadium. The architect is Strand Associates.To read The Lexington Herald-Leader article, click here.

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