Plans for new police station, residential lots on P&Z agenda
The development plan for a new Versailles Police station at 239 North Main Street (former location of St. Leo School) is scheduled to come before the Versailles-Midway-Woodford County Planning and Zoning Commission at its meeting on Thursday, Jan. 11. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. in the second-floor courtroom of the Woodford County Courthouse.
The plan showing a two-story 16,405 square-foot police station on the 1.919-acre site was sent to the commission after being reviewed by the Technical Review Committee. Its members were told the City of Versailles hopes to accept bids on the project in late-January, with construction to begin in late-February or early-March 2018.
Backer I plan
A public hearing is scheduled on a preliminary subdivision plan for 50 residential lots near Gleneagles Subdivision at 2001 Lexington Road (previously identified as Backer I and now known as Paynes Crossing Subdivision).
A total of 495 residential lots are proposed on the 188-acre site, which is already zoned residential.
A final development plan for a proposed Fast Pace Urgent Care Clinic at 120 A. P. Indy Lane, a lot in the Equestrian Park commercial development (former location of the old Woodford County Middle School and its athletic fields), is scheduled to be presented to the commission.
Fast Pace Urgent Care Clinic has locations in Tennessee and Kentucky, including Bardstown and Somerset, according to its website.
Vet clinic plan
An amended development plan, which will allow VCA Woodford Animal Clinic to replace its existing veterinary facilities at 1325 Lexington Road, will be presented to the commission.
Veterinary Centers of America plans to build a state-of-the-art veterinarian hospital at its Versailles location. A proposed dog park and crematorium are also shown on its plan.
The commission is scheduled to conduct a public hearing on a final record plat and preliminary/final townhouse plat for a two-unit townhouse at 103 Mack Street (Almogaver Properties, LLC).
The full commission is scheduled to review a draft document with proposed changes to an updated Comprehensive Plan. After receiving feedback and the commission’s go-ahead at the work session, Comp Plan committee Chair Patty Perry told other committee members last month that she’d like to have a public hearing on the county’s revised land-use plan in February.