Lexington Road residential plan decision on Nov. 8 agenda
The Versailles-Midway-Woodford County Planning and Zoning Commission will again have an opportunity to make a recommendation on a proposed mixed-use development with 691 residential units Thursday, Dec. 13.
The commission closed an Oct. 11 hearing, but did not make a recommendation to Versailles City Council on the request from 2101, LLC (Trey Schott) to rezone 68.467 acres at 2101 Lexington Road from A-1 (agricultural) to B-4 (highway business) and R-4 (high density residential).
During its November meeting, the Planning Commission voted to take no action on the zone change request.
Commissioner Ed McClees, who made the motion to table a decision, cited concerns about traffic in that area of Lexington Road near the Blue Grass Parkway. “I don’t have anything against growth, but I … need a little bit of time to study this,” he said.
His motion carried 5 to 2, with Commissioner Tim Parrott voicing his displeasure with delaying action.
An approval by the city council would allow the property owner to move forward with plans for 600 apartment building residential units, 67 townhouses and 24 patio homes, and two commercial lots on land closest to Lexington Road.
Next Thursday’s Planning Commission meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. in the second-floor courtroom of the Woodford County Courthouse. Other items
A public hearing is scheduled for a zoning map amendment and first amended preliminary development plan for 174 Abbey Road in Wooldridge Gardens (Anderson Acquisitions) along Falling Springs Boulevard.
A consolidation and final record plat for 1290 Crossfield Drive (TATM IV, LLC/The Crossings), and a development plan for the project will come before the commission for action.
An amended final record plat for 670 McKinney Avenue (Midway Station industrial park) at the I-64 interchange north of Midway is also scheduled for Planning Commission action.