Plans for athletic field house at Midway University
A development plan to construct a field house on the campus of Midway University was reviewed Tuesday morning and then forwarded to the Versailles-Midway-Woodford County Planning and Zoning Commission.
The facility will house an auxiliary gym for intramural programs, and provide additional space for practices and as a special event venue for meetings and campus gatherings, according to the university. The complex will have a weight room and cardio room for students, two additional locker rooms and offices, according to the university.
The field house project is part of Midway University’s current capital campaign, and happens as its athletic program grows with more sports for both men and women.
Construction plans to replace VCA Woodford Animal Clinic’s existing veterinary facilities at 1325 Lexington Road, were forwarded to Versailles Public Works for letters of approval before a grading permit can be issued for the project.
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.
A final development plan for a lot in Midway Station will allow a new industrial company to locate on the property, located north of Midway near the I-64 interchange.
The plan was sent to the Planning Commission for its approval before the project moves forward.
A zone change request and preliminary development plan for 1132 Georgetown Road (Ky. 341) was sent to the commission. If approved, the 137 acres owned by the Homer Michael Freeny Jr. Trust and located near Midway Station, would be rezoned from A-1 (agriculture) to I-1 (light industrial) for future industrial users.
A final record plat for nine residential lots and Crabapple Road, the street in Rose Ridge subdivision where they’re located, was sent to the Planning Commission.
A minor subdivision plat at 2991 West Leestown Road (Larry and Phyllis Stigers), a 10.6-acre tract located in Franklin and Woodford counties was sent to the Planning Commission’s chair for approval.
A minor amended plat for 7311 McCowans Ferry Road, A-1 district (Alicia Guagliardo) relocating a utility easement was sent to the chair for approval.
A consolidation plat for lots at 5088 Delaney Ferry Road (Robert and Sheila Wade) and 3401 Pinckard Pike (Pinckard Baptist Church), A-1 district, to accommodate a property transfer of 2.118 acres to the church, was sent to the chair for approval.