• Bob Vlach, Woodford Sun Staff

Permit allows clubhouse, pool in residential neighborhood

A conditional-use permit allowing the developer of a residential subdivision along Falling Springs Boulevard to construct a clubhouse, swimming pool and fitness center was unanimously approved by the Board of Adjustment (BOA) Monday.

Anderson Wooldridge 2, LLC must still get approval from the Planning Commission to build the proposed facilities on this lot, which was designated as open space on an already-approved development plan. Also, construction plans must be approved after being submitted to the Technical Review Committee.

The proposed clubhouse, pool, 24-hour fitness center and community room will only be used by the residents of the mixed-use neighborhood, including 80 single-family homes and apartment units, which have already been approved for the neighborhood, according to a staff report given to the BOA members.

A request has also been made to construct 34 townhouses in the neighborhood, Planning Director Pattie Wilson said.

No one spoke in opposition to the request for a permit to build a private clubhouse, swimming pool and fitness center in the neighborhood. However, the BOA placed an additional condition on its approval that property management shall establish and enforce hours of operation for the swimming pool to provide a safe environment.

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