Midway Station zone change request sent to P&Z
A request of the Woodford County Economic Development Authority (EDA) to rezone 70-plus acres in Midway Station from residential to industrial has been sent to the Planning and Zoning Commission.
The commission must have a public hearing before making a recommendation to approve or deny the request to rezone 73.314 acres from R-1C and R-3 to I-1. Midway City Council will ultimately approve or deny the request.
During a July meeting, EDA Chair John Soper said developer Dennis Anderson asked for the zone change of an area that contains about 40 acres of usable land.
Besides reviewing the zone change request, the Technical Review Committee (TRC) sent several other requests to the commission Aug. 14.
A preliminary development plan and plat for Spring Ridge (Robert J. Radtke) reconfigures streets and 13 residential lots on Cummins Ferry Road in the small community of Nonesuch.
An amended development plan shows a 1,390 square-foot addition to the Family Eyecare Associates building at 105 Crossfield Drive. The addition will increase the building to 5,578 square feet.
A first amended plat reconfigures lots at 5240 and 5300 McCracken Pike and an amended final record plat creates new division lines for lots at 210 and 230 Frankfort Street.
Because of deficiencies in a third amended development plan and construction plans, representatives of Daisy Hill Assisted Living must return to TRC. Plans for landscaping and underwater storage are necessary before Daisy Hill can move forward with adding memory care and assisted living facilities, and four more villas (eight units) to its property at 1001 Crossfield Drive.
Two minor plats were sent to the Planning Commission’s chair for approval.
A minor subdivision and consolidation plat shows the transfer of a small land parcel from United Bank and Trust Company (206 North Gratz Street) to Darlin’ Jean’s Apple Cobbler Café (204 North Gratz Street) in Midway.
An in-family conveyance plat allows Anthony and Rene Guagliardo to convey a 6.411-acre lot at 7349 McCowans Ferry Road to Lillian Jen Mayo (mother-in-law, mother).