Plats allowing developers to move forward with a warehouse in the Midway Station industrial park and industrial lots on Tyrone Pike were unanimously approved by the Versailles-Midway-Woodford County Planning and Zoning Commission Jan. 9.
Approved plats for 167 McKinney Avenue allow White Dog Trading & Storage, LLC (Mark Harris) to create two light industrial lots. The final development for the warehouse and office planned for...


For more than three decades, The Flower Basket Florist has been a fixture on North Main Street. Now, with the shop about to move a few hundred yards to a new location at 120 Lexington Street, Versailles city leaders are about to decide whether to dedicate a parking space for the shop’s delivery vehicle – and if so, where to put it.
Versailles Mayor Brian Traugott called it a “true case study in local government.”
The issue wa...

A final development plan for a warehouse/office building in the Midway Station industrial park was reviewed by the Technical Review Committee (TRC) Tuesday and then sent to the Versailles-Midway-Woodford County Planning and Zoning Commission for approval.
Greg Baker (Tobacco Rose Farm) plans to construct a 6,400 square-foot, one-story warehouse/office building on 2.42 acres at 770 McKinney Avenue. A planned outdoor storage are...

Everyone in the community would benefit from attending an upcoming panel discussion at the Woodford County Library on what “racial healing” means for each of us, University of Kentucky history professor Dr. George C. Wright said.
A scholar on race relations in America, Wright will speak about understanding and not duplicating mistakes of the past during the special program at the library on Tuesday, Jan. 21 – National Day of R...

In front of a near-capacity courtroom, Woodford Fiscal Court voted 5 to 3 Tuesday to pass a Fairness Ordinance adding sexual orientation and gender identity to the list of protected classes in the areas of housing, employment and public accommodations.
Magistrates Matt Merrill (Dist. 3), Mary Ann Gill (Dist. 7) and Jackie Brown (Dist. 8) voted no.
The ordinance only affects the unincorporated areas of the county, meaning simil...

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