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Plat allows Lakeshore to proceed with expansion plans

A plat consolidating two tracts of land will allow Lakeshore Learning Materials to move forward with plans to expand its distribution center to 748,786 square-feet on a site in Midway Station, located north of Midway's I-64 interchange. The minor plat, which was reviewed on Tuesday morning and now must be approved by the Planning Commission chair, will consolidate an 18-acre tract of land owned by the Homer Michael Feeney Jr. Trust, with an adjacent 41.981-acre site being developed by Lakeshore Learning Materials. In November 2016, the Midway City Council adopted an ordinance in declaring the city's intent to annex 34.184 acres owned by the Feeney trust. The remaining 15.485-acre tract will be available for future development by Lakeshore or another industrial user.

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