• Bob Vlach, Woodford Sun Staff

Habitat to build townhouse on MLK

A plat allowing Woodford Habitat for Humanity to construct a townhouse at 246-248 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard was reviewed by the Technical Review Committee (TRC) on Tuesday morning. Woodford Habitat volunteers previously built a townhouse a short distance from the location of the proposed townhouse, project engineer Tim Thompson told TRC. He described the planned townhouse as being very similar to the earlier build project. The preliminary/final townhouse plat was forwarded to the Versailles-Midway-Woodford County Planning and Zoning Commission for approval. St. Leo plan An amended development plan allowing the addition of a 24-foot-by-30-foot shelter at the St. Leo Parish Life & Education Center (295 Huntertown Road) was reviewed and sent to the Planning Commission for approval. The shelter will provide additional space for church functions, including festivals and fish fries. Cardinal Avenue A consolidation and minor amendment plat will allow two new residential lots to be created at the end of Cardinal Avenue (Bruce C. Lewis property). The proposed lots at 210 and 211 Cardinal Avenue are being located where a cul-de-sac, with multiple lots, was originally planned. Helmsley condo A second amended final plat to replace a planned clubhouse with a two-unit condominium at 108 Rumsey Circle in the Helmsley II - The Shire neighborhood was forwarded to the Planning Commission for approval. McCracken Pike A minor consolidation plat creating a 5.273-acre tract at 6995 McCracken Pike (Carl and Reeda Neff estate) and a 55.066-acre tract at 6997 McCracken Pike (Donita N. Lodmell property) was sent to the Planning Commission's chair for approval. Bluegrass Road A minor plat for consolidation will enlarge a Bluegrass Estates lot at 1024 Bluegrass Road (Anna and Tim Cambron) to 7.625 acres, with residual farmland being conveyed from Jonathan L. Woolums. The plat was sent to the commission's chair for approval.

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