VPD, Backer, Urgent Care plans,sent to Planning & Zoning
A development plan showing the proposed Versailles Police Department complex at 239 North Main Street (former location of St. Leo School) has been sent to the Versailles-Midway-Woodford County Planning and Zoning Commission. The Technical Review Committee (TRC) reviewed the plan showing a two-story 16,405 square-foot police station on the 1.919-acre site Tuesdaymorning. Project engineer Adam Binder-Saunders told members of TRC that the City of Versailles hopes to accept bids on the project in late-January, with construction to begin in late-February or early-March. Backer I plan A preliminary subdivision plan for 50 residential lots near Gleneagles Subdivision at 2001 Lexington Road (known as Backer I) was forwarded to the Planning Commission, which will conduct a public hearing on the request. An engineer representing developer 2001 Lexington Road, LLC told TRC members that he’d like to have construction plans ready so they can break ground on this unit of the proposed subdivision in the spring. A total of 495 residential lots are proposed on the 188-acre site, already zoned for residential. County engineer Buan Smith told project engineer Bill McAlpin that the planned location of a detention basin may need to be reviewed to ensure no issues arise related to storm water backing up into the backyard of a residential lot. Also, the developer of the subdivision must officially request water and sewer service from the City of Versailles. Urgent care A subdivision plat and final development plan for a proposed Fast Pace Urgent Care Clinic at 120 A. P. Indy Lane, a lot in the Equestrian Park development (former location of the old Woodford County Middle School and its athletic fields) were sent to the Planning Commission. The lot fronting Lexington Street is located near the former WCMS building, which was being demolished when this plan for a 3,600 square-foot urgent care clinic was being reviewed by TRC on Tuesday. Fast Pace Urgent Care Clinic has grown from two clinics to multiple locations in Tennessee and Kentucky, including Bardstown and Somerset, according to its website. Consolidation plat A plat consolidating land parcels that will result in a 4.267-acre lot at 755 Fintville Road and a 3.57 –acre lot at 680 Fintville Road was reviewed by TRC and sent to the Planning Commission for final approval.