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2010-03-04 / General Stories

City of Lexington Open House

Mayor Robert Willrich, Sr. greeted visitors as they came by to see the new City Hall. He was joined by his wife, Gladys (right) and Lori Barnikow, a member of the Lexington City Council. Mayor Robert Willrich, Sr. greeted visitors as they came by to see the new City Hall. He was joined by his wife, Gladys (right) and Lori Barnikow, a member of the Lexington City Council. City of Lexington held their Open House on Tuesday of last week. Many people attended the event and braved the snow storm. A few of the crowd are pictured on this page. If you have not seen the new facilities, you are invited to go by.

“The building does the City Proud!”


Lee County Judge Paul Fischer (right) took time out of his busy schedule to attend the Open House and ribbon cutting for Lexington. He is seen with one of his constituents, Bruce Reat of Lexington. Lee County Judge Paul Fischer (right) took time out of his busy schedule to attend the Open House and ribbon cutting for Lexington. He is seen with one of his constituents, Bruce Reat of Lexington.
Municipal Court Clerk Candice Walch (left), City Secretary Pam Cox and City Council member Tony Tavery visited around the refreshments table as visitors continued to drop by. Municipal Court Clerk Candice Walch (left), City Secretary Pam Cox and City Council member Tony Tavery visited around the refreshments table as visitors continued to drop by.
Bundled up against the snowy cold that greeted the day were Martha Reat (left) and Nancy Perry. Bundled up against the snowy cold that greeted the day were Martha Reat (left) and Nancy Perry.
Oscar Hillegeist greets neighbor Bruce Reat at the Open House. Oscar Hillegeist greets neighbor Bruce Reat at the Open House.

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