Paynes Crossing, Polo Run subdivision plats sent to P&Z
Preliminary subdivision plats for two proposed residential neighborhoods were reviewed Monday and then sent to the Versailles-Midway-Woodford County Planning and Zoning Commission. An amended plat for Paynes Crossing (former Backer farm property) on Lexington Road at Bluegrass Parkway proposes 518 lots – more than the 495 lots in a development plan approved by the commission last October. That change was possible because the development had more detention area than was needed, project engineer Bill McAlpin told the Technical Review Committee (TRC). Mitzi Delius, Versailles utilities manager, said no request has been submitted for water and sewer availability for the site. Only 10 lots were approved for sewer taps by the city last October, and Delius said the developer will need to submit a letter requesting water and sewer taps. The 180-acre Paynes Crossing property backs up to the Huntertown Community Park property, with the plat showing a proposed road through that land on Huntertown Road. A subdivision plat for Polo Run, a proposed rural residential development at 3473 Troy Pike, was sent to the commission. Eleven rural residential lots ranging in size from 2.347 acres to 6.116 acres are proposed for the property, according to a development plan. Warehouse plan A final development plan for a proposed horse feed business and warehouse at 1051 Tyrone Pike was reviewed and sent to the commission for approval. Before the plan or construction plans for the warehouse can move forward, the developer (Joe Gay) must submit and get the commission’s approval for a final record plat, Planning Director Pattie Wilson said. Also, Delius said the city will not approve the final plat until infrastructure for water and sewer has been approved. Mi Pueblito’s plan A final development plan for 360 Commerce Drive (Mi Pueblito’s Property, LLC) was reviewed and sent to the commission. A 5,317 square-foot restaurant building is proposed for the .749-acre lot near McDonald’s and U.S. 60 Bypass. Mi Pueblito’s has a restaurant at 103 Crossfield Drive. Midway Station Construction plans for a warehouse and office building and outdoor storage at 725 and 775 Fisher Street in the Midway Station industrial park was reviewed by TRC. The City of Midway must approve the plans at 725 Fisher Street before a grading permit is issued for the 27,200 square-foot building. It will be used by Dever Golf Cars to maintain golf carts sold at its retail stores in Lexington, according to project engineer John Hunt. Outdoor storage will be located at 775 Fisher Street. Stair business Construction plans for Central Kentucky Stairs at 331 Kentucky Avenue were reviewed and sent to the City of Versailles for a letter of approval before a grading permit is issued. Owner Rick Roberts has an existing 3,750 square-foot facility and wants to construct a 5,300 square-foot addition. In-family An in-family plat allowing William F. Griffin and Anne E. Hulbert (father and mother) to convey 12.078 acres at 801 Patterson Lane to Hallye R. Griffin and Phillip R. Winstead (daughter and son-in-law) was forwarded to the commission chair for approval. Consolidation A plat sent to the Planning Commission chair for approval will consolidate .715 acre to 1.285 acres at 3550 Paynes Mill Road and 6.9 acres to 148.133 acres at 3710 Paynes Mill Road.