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The state's decision on whether to accept a Hazard developer's bid for former Capital Plaza property in downtown Frankfort was postponed again Friday.

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Will the lone bid be accepted for Parcels B and C, the former Capital Plaza land that community and state leaders hope to see redeveloped and put on the tax rolls as a catalyst for downtown revitalization?

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Many locals were stunned to learn that two parcels of prime downtown Frankfort real estate received only a single offer of $1,000 during Wednesday’s sealed bid opening at the newly dedicated Mayo-Underwood Building. However, supporters of downtown revitalization are grateful a developer is w…

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At a Wednesday bid opening, only one bid for nearly 12 acres of former Capital Plaza property in downtown Frankfort was announced.

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With intentions of showing a united front, the Franklin County Fiscal Court followed in the footsteps of elected city leaders by approving the first reading of a resolution to dissolve the Capital Plaza redevelopment project memorandum of agreement with the state Thursday evening.

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City officials will be looking to create a committee tasked with prioritizing aspects of the Downtown Master Plan with the public’s input and ensuring implementation of the plan once the group that created it disbands.

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In this series of four photos, an excavator operator tears apart the former Department of Education office on Wilkinson Boulevard Wednesday afternoon. With sounds of metal screeching and glass shattering, a construction crew demolished the storefronts along Wilkinson Boulevard at the former …

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As local leaders weigh how to redevelop a soon-to-be vacant lot adjacent to the former Capital Plaza Tower, they’ve repeatedly raised the prospect of introducing tax increment financing — a “TIF” — to the area.

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As a new wave of redevelopment sweeps Frankfort, those guarding the memory of what was once known as its Crawfish Bottom neighborhood are working to ensure a landmark is not forgotten.