Bakery, neighborhood market construction plans reviewed
Construction plans for a More Than A Bakery manufacturing facility and a proposed JR Food Stores neighborhood market were reviewed by the Technical Review Committee (TRC) on Tuesday morning. A 176,350-square-foot More Than A Bakery facility is being built at 570 Big Sink Pike during the project's initial phase. However, a future building expansion planned where lateral sewer lines are being located led Versailles utilities manager Mitzi Delius to suggest to the project's engineer that he may want to re-think this plan. More Than A Bakery would like to begin construction of its $57 million manufacturing facility next month. The 10,650-square-foot JR Food Store will be located on vacant commercial land known as Equestrian Park on Lexington Street, formerly occupied by the old Woodford County Middle School's athletic fields. A fast-service restaurant and gas pumps are also planned for the two-acre site along Lexington Street. The Technical Review Committee (TRC) sent construction plans for More Than A Bakery and JR Food Stores to Woodford County Engineer Buan Smith and the City of Versailles for letters of approval before grading permits are issued for those projects. Midway Station revised plans An amended preliminary subdivision plan for lots in Midway Station, a mixed-use development located north of the I-64 interchange, allows developer Dennis Anderson to move forward with a development plan. The plan shows a convenience store/gas station, restaurant and retail business on three lots along Georgetown Road (Ky. 341). In addition to orienting the commercial buildings towards Georgetown Road and reducing a landscape buffer along the roadway, parking lots are located around the businesses in this revised plan. The mixed-use development was originally planned as a new urbanism neighborhood, with restrictions for such a development no longer being implemented in the revised plan. The preliminary subdivision and development plans were forwarded to the Planning Commission for approval. Cedar Ridge lots A minor amended plat for 1000 and 1001 Cedar Ridge Lane was forwarded to the Planning Commission chair for approval. The amended plat deletes a restriction, which did not allow the lot at 1000 Cedar Ridge Lane to have vehicular access to Old Dry Ridge Road. Also, the plat adds sign, wall and landscape easements on lots at 1000 and 1001 Cedar Ridge Lane. Planning Director Pattie Wilson said a note needs to be added to identify who's responsible for maintaining those easement areas. Macey Blvd. lots A consolidation plat creating a 2.018-acre multi-family residential lot at 127 and 131 Macey Boulevard was sent to the Planning Commission chair for approval. The plat consolidates five land parcels.