Editor’s Note: The following was previously published on The New Circle Circular, Lexington’s #1 source of Fake News You Can’t Count On.
After years of delays in getting the CentrePointe project off the ground, developer Dudley Webb unveiled that the project’s owners have committed to making this project a success in a different way, by never getting it OFF the ground at all. Instead, the project has taken a turn for the underground, as new project plans for construction of the “World’s Largest Horse Grave” were announced in today’s press forum at UK’s Boone Faculty Center.
The project found a new lease on “life” with “CemeteryPointe”, a burial ground for both top notch celebrity horses, as well as just about any other dead horse you can think of. The Webb group have plans to announce a ribbon cutting in the coming weeks.
Former Vice Mayor Jim Gray is excited about the “red carpet affair” for the grand opening, and what it will mean financially to businesses downtown. The affair will feature celebrity horses, alive and dead, lined up downtown from the Dunkin Donuts block of Main Street all the way to the old “Milk-And-Other-Bones” dog food factory on Upper Street, but hopefully not too close.
All the big name celebrity horses will be vying to get their hooves into the “Who’s Hooves” grave of Lexington. Finally, it looks like all the horse industry money that Lexington was promised by the CentrePointe/CemeteryPoint project will find its way into our downtown businesses.