• Bob Vlach, Woodford Sun Staff

Plans for urgent care office buildings reviewed

Construction plans for a proposed urgent care center and two office buildings in Equestrian Park, a commercial development on Lexington Street, were reviewed by the Technical Review Committee (TRC) on Tuesday morning.

The plans for each commercial lot were forwarded to Versailles Public Works and County Engineer Buan Smith for letters of approval prior to grading permits being issued on the projects. However, the engineer for Fast Pace Urgent Care told TRC that the project has been put on hold by the developer.

The proposed one-story office buildings are located on a lot adjacent to the Woodford County Board of Education school bus garage property.

In-family plats

Two in-family conveyances reviewed by TRC will allow the owners of farms on Carpenter Pike and Troy Pike to convey lots to family members in order to begin the process of being able to develop rural residential subdivisions.

Larry Donnell will convey a five-acre lot at 311 Carpenter Pike to his wife, Deborah Donnell, and plans to develop a rural residential subdivision on the remaining 120.777-acre farm.

In a revised in-family conveyance, Walter E. Schott III will convey a 26.633-acre tract at 3517 Troy Pike to his mother, Margaret H. Schott, and a 3.376-acre tract at 3495 Troy Pike to his wife, Elaine S. Schott. A remaining 280.552-acre farm (formerly owned by the Sellers family) will then be available for the development of a rural residential subdivision.

Both in-family conveyance plats were forwarded to the Planning Commission’s chair for approval.

A major in-family conveyance creating three new residential lots on Woodlake Road for the children of Lynn and Lola Cash was reviewed and sent to the Planning Commission for approval. A consolidation plat of adjoining acreage allows three more lots to be created, but no additional lots can be created on the farm with an in-family conveyance.

Residential lots

Final record plats for 25 single-family residential lots in the Cedar Ridge subdivision and apartment units in Wooldridge Gardens (near Woodford County Middle School on Falling Springs Boulevard) were reviewed, but not forwarded to the Planning Commission because of deficiencies.

Neither plat included an “as built” or drawings that show the existing conditions as actually constructed. So TRC voted to ask the developers to present final record plats that address the deficiencies and include “as built” drawings.

A minor amended subdivision plat for a residential lot at 6022 Harkness Lane in the Rose Ridge subdivision was sent to the Planning Commission for approval. The floor elevation of the house was constructed below what was specified on a plat, TRC members were told during Tuesday’s review.

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