Housing Discrimination Complaint by Lexington Fair Housing Council Results in $42,000 Conciliation Agreement

Housing Discrimination Complaint by Lexington Fair Housing Council Results in $42,000 Conciliation Agreement

September 19, 2011 – (RealEstateRama) — The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights Board of Commissioners recently ruled on discrimination complaints that included a $42,000 conciliation agreement resulting from a housing discrimination complaint brought by the Lexington Fair Housing Council:

Previous articleKennedy Wilson Announces Grand Opening of 39 Townhomes in Los Angeles
Next articleONE48, NEW GRAMERCY AREA DEVELOPMENT, IS NOW OVER 50% SOLD IN JUST 16 WEEKS ON THE MARKET