by Beth Musgrave, 7.21.15, Kentucky.com
Developers of a 27-home residential subdivision have agreed to conduct further environmental assessments on the property off Saybrook Road and to delay a zoning change request scheduled to be heard this week.
The move was prompted by concerns from neighbors and city planners about potential environmental problems on the 10-acre tract that once was the site of a private sewage treatment plant.
“We think they need to do deep core samples because we really don’t know what’s down there,” said Roy Alcorn, whose home is next to the proposed development.
The Urban County Planning Commission was scheduled to hear a request by Lex Properties LLC, the developers of the subdivision, to change the zoning from agricultural urban to residential at its meeting Thursday…Read more at Kentucky.com
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