• Woodford Sun Staff Report

Golf course to reopen; construction, plans for homes

A development plan to reopen a golf course formerly known as “The Brook” in early July 2018 was reviewed last Tuesday, June 19. Frontier Nursing University owns the property at 2260 Lexington Road, where Woodford Lakes Golf Club will open early next month.

Permits have already been obtained for a new golf barn and new clubhouse building, according to information given to the Planning Commission office.

In related news, Frontier Nursing University (FNU) plans to use a three-bedroom house and apartments on adjacent properties at 2240 and 2250 Lexington Road for temporary offices for its operations. The house and apartments will be used as offices until April 2019 when

FNU is scheduled to move its operations, including student orientations and clinical sessions, to the Lexington Road campus formerly occupied by the Methodist Home, FNU stated.

FNU’s lease for its administrative offices in Lexington expires on June 30 of this year, according to the institution. Plans for homes

Construction plans to build 63 new homes in a residential subdivision (Legends at Versailles) at 1230 Troy Pike and 50 new homes in a subdivision known as Paynes Crossing at 2001 Lexington Road were reviewed by the Technical Review Committee.

Once letters of approval on the plans are received from the city of Versailles and county, grading permits can be issued and construction can begin on infrastructure (utilities and streets) to serve the planned single-family homes.

13 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Permits allowing event venues, private camp approved

Conditional-use permits allowing event venues on Fords Mill Road and a private camp on Lower Clifton Road were both unanimously approved by the Versailles-Midway-Woodford County Board of Adjustment (B

© 2016 by The Woodford Sun. Proudly created by Charismatic Media