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Sunday afternoon Steve visited and talk about community, politics, and issues with residents at the Ballard-Griffith Towers near downtown. Neighbors came. Snacks were good!
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While the six candidates for council-at-large responded to questions about many topics at the Operation Turnout forum held at the Lyric Theater on September 30, the Lexington Herald-Leader concentrated its coverage on two of the main questions. Here's how Steve responded when asked to assess the state of public parks in Lexington-Fayette County:
Councilman Steve Kay said the department's park and community center assets are underutilized, and there is "not significant enough programming in any of them." "We need to get more people into the parks," he said, noting that people who "misuse" the parks will be more likely to stay away if the parks are used by everyone.
In response to being asked to name the person in Lexington-Fayette local government, past or present, whom each candidate most admired, Steve gave high marks to the person whose campaign for a district council seat first drew Steve into political work:
Kay named Jim Gardner, a former council member who went on to chair the school board. "That was the essence of public service," Kay said, adding that serving on the school board was "the most thankless public job that we have."
Kind supporters of Kay for Council have hosted house parties in Lexington's beautiful late summer and early fall. Steve listens and talks, neighbors visit, ask questions and make suggestions. Democracy at the neighborhood level, Lexington-style. Double Take Photography. Kay for Council appreciates Richard's faithful efforts to document the 2014 campaign. Steve posts frequently about his everyday activities on facebook, at Steve Kay for Council at Large, and tweets @stevekaylex.
Kay for Council thanks friend and super-photographer Richard Greissman for documenting the Primary Victory party at Natasha's Bistro. Kay for Council and Jake Gibbs for Council shared the celebration.