Who Should Decide When a Fairness Ordinance Isn’t Necessary? – Fair Housing Five for June 3, 2016

Summer’s finally here, and with it is a return to our regularly scheduled Fair Housing Five updates. This month goes border to border as we’ve got fair housing news from Eastern Kentucky to the far western edges of the state (okay, admittedly, it’s a small skip outside of the Kentucky border) and several spots in-between. … Read more…

Kentucky Pushes to Expand Fair Housing Rights to Residents – Fair Housing 5 for March 4, 2016

Although March is named after the Roman god of war and steward of agriculture, we’d like to think of the month as anything but war-like. Unfortunately, historians disagree about which Roman god was the god of fair housing (although Minerva or Janus would be two awesome candidates to be our fair housing patron), so we … Read more…

Is This the Future of Affordable Housing? – Fair Housing 5 for January 8, 2016

It’s a new year, but unfortunately most of the same housing problems will follow us from 2015. In our first post of 2016, we highlight some innovative ways some are trying to address the shortage of affordable housing in Lexington, as well as what has been happening fair-housing wise across the country in the past … Read more…