LEXINGTON, Ky. (Dec. 21, 2017) — McBrayer attorney Preston Clark Worley was sworn in this morning as council member for the 7th District. With one year left in the term, council member Jennifer Scutchfield resigned to become assistant director of the Kentucky Board of Elections, leaving the role to be appointed by Lexington Mayor Jim Gray.
Worley has practiced law at McBrayer‘s Lexington office since 2010, focusing his efforts in real estate, transactional, administrative law and litigation. His primary areas of concentration are property management, affordable and multifamily housing, corporate and non-profit governance, and alcoholic beverage control.
With a passion for community service, Mr. Worley is also a board member with the Ellerslie at Delong Homeowners Association and with Coaches for the Kids, Inc.
He has participated in both the University of Kentucky Children’s Hospital Executive Development Council and the Golden Matrix Fund Advisory Council since 2012, and he acts as general counsel for the Lexington History Museum. Other previous activities include the board of the Downtown Lexington Corporation. Worley is a graduate of Commerce Lexington’s Leadership Lexington program.
In his remarks this morning, Worley cited crime, parks and diversity as top areas of concern in the 7th District, and issues to which he’ll direct his attention as Councilmember.
Preston Worley joins McBrayer’s Angela Evans, council member from the 6th District, on the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council and looks forward to the opportunity to serve the public.