• Bob Vlach, Woodford Sun Staff

Subdivision plats sent to commission

Two residential subdivision plats have been forwarded to the Versailles-Midway-Woodford County Planning and Zoning Commission. Plats creating 25 more lots in the Cedar Ridge subdivision and 10 lots in the Wooldridge Gardens neighborhood were reviewed by the Technical Review Committee (TRC) on Monday morning. The Planning Commission must have public hearings on both requests creating residential lots. NARO Properties, LLC, revised an amended plat to eliminate cul-de-sacs, which are not permitted by local subdivision regulations. TRC members reserved their right to comment on the revisions because they did not receive the revised plat until Monday's meeting. The layout of the plat's 25 lots is similar to an earlier plat that was reviewed by TRC, according to a project engineer. An amended preliminary plat creating 10 lots in Wooldridge Gardens, located along Falling Springs Boulevard, was reviewed by TRC. However, a review of construction plans was tabled until detailed schematics are available. An amended final record plat for this phase of Wooldridge Gardens, which includes only six of the 10 residential lots, was also reviewed by TRC. Former Ruggles site An amended consolidation plat allowing CAMCO Properties (Tim Cambron) to consolidate lots at 570 Fielding Drive and 308 Crossfield Drive (old Ruggles Sign Company building) was sent to the Planning Commission chair. A readjustment of properties at the rear of the old Ruggles building will allow Cambron to move forward with a possible property sale, project engineer Tim Thompson told TRC members. A new lot will also be created at 560 Fielding Drive if approved. Barrel warehouses An amended development plan, which will allow Brown-Forman Corporation to place a modular office building on property where four of its barrel warehouses are located at 5799 McCracken Pike, was sent to the Planning Commission. Other plats A final subdivision plat creating residential lots at 389 and 391 South Main Street was sent to the Planning Commission chair for approval. The two lots had been consolidated by past action, so this plat undoes that consolidation. A minor plat for in-family consolidation allows Ellen B. Toles (wife) to convey a 25.093-acre tract at 501 Shannon Run Road to Larry Toles (husband). A remaining 5.006-acre tract has been designated as 391 Shannon Run Road.

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