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Following the completion of previous projects at a few Lexington schools, our project team of EcoGro, Ridgewater and Stantec Consulting Services approached our  contacts at Fayette County Public Schools (FCPS) to see if they would be interested  in assessing stormwater  conditions  at  all  properties  owned  by  the  school  district. Because  the  city  of  Lexington  had  enacted a  new stormwater  management fee  in 2010, the  FCPS district  had a new financial cost that corresponded directly to the amount of impervious surface  area  it  owned. As one  of  the  city’s  largest property  owners,  it  became  one  of  the  largest  rate  

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