Panel to discuss rental cabin at Seldom Scene Farm
Paul and Lindy Huber will bring their proposal to operate a rental cabin/cottage at Seldom Scene Farm as a bed and breakfast/inn to the Agricultural Advisory Review Committee (AARC) on Wednesday, Jan. 11. The AARC meeting begins at 8 a.m. in the second-floor courtroom of the Woodford County Courthouse. "The Cottage at Seldom Scene Farm" would be operated in a renovated 1812 log cabin on a 425-acre Watts Ferry Road farm, which Paul and Lindy Huber have owned for nearly 30 years. The couple will continue to live in their own home on the property where they raise sheep, alpacas and llamas at Seldom Scene. Lindy Huber also creates fiber art from wool as a part of her family's agricultural enterprise known as Seldom Scene Farm. The cabin/cottage, with two bedrooms, will accommodate a maximum of six guests, under the proposal being presented to the AARC. Following the AARC's review, the Board of Adjustment will need to approve a conditional-use permit after conducting a hearing in order for Paul and Lindy Huber to proceed with their plans to operate a bed and breakfast/inn at Seldom Scene Farm, located in the agricultural (A-1) district.