Rural residential hearing, possible action on Comp plan
The Versailles-Midway-Woodford County Planning and Zoning Commission is scheduled to conduct a public hearing on a zone change request and could take action on adopting an updated land-use plan at its meeting on Thursday, April 12, at 6:30 p.m., in the second-floor courtroom of the Woodford County Courthouse.
Larry W. Donnell wants to rezone 120.77 acres at 4395 Troy Pike in order to develop 13 rural residential lots. The request would rezone 23.231 acres to rural residential and 97.546 acres to residual farmland, with an additional lot reserved for the residual land.
So its members had time to consider land-use comments at a public hearing in February and in letters submitted to the Planning Commission, commission members agreed to delay taking action on an update of the Comprehensive Plan until April.
Proposed language referencing an often-discussed northwest bypass in an updated land-use plan and other language that identifies the Edgewood Farm property on Lexington Road as being within the urban services area of Versailles were both criticized during the public hearing on Feb. 15. Also on its April 12 agenda for the Planning Commission to consider, a final development plan for Frontier Nursing University at 2050 Lexington Road and an amended final record plat for an apartment development at 224 Cheney Road (Wooldridge Gardens neighborhood).