April 5, 2011
The Winchester-Clark County Planning Commission denied a request for a 16-plat subdivision at the intersection of Jones Nursery Road and Gentry Lane Tuesday evening at the commission’s regular meeting. Property owner David Estill planned to subdivide 74 acres of the 336-acre parent tract, which is currently zoned for agricultural use. Director of Planning and Development Rhonda Cromer recommended that commissioners deny the request because, she said, a subdivision in the area would be incongruent with the 2004 Comprehensive Plan.
November 12, 2010
BOYLE Deeds filed recently in the office of Boyle County Clerk Trille Bottom include: Jeremy and Andrea Matherly to Russell and Tonya Simpson, property in Boyle County, $168,500. Dallieta and Jerry Gullette to Kirk and Kathryn Leigh, property in Shelby Green subdivision, $165,000. Kevin G. and Elizabeth A. Moore and C.K. and Doris A. Moore to David and Catherine E. Cunningham, 1.043 acres in Old Bridge subdivision, $217,000. Henry T. Tussey, executor of the Louise L. Tussey estate, to Theresa L. Wood, property on Cloverdale Drive, $123,000.
September 22, 2010
Danville police continued to find unoccupied homes burglarized with copper missing Tuesday. After discovering evidence of a burglary and copper theft at 1000 Nokomis St. early Tuesday, police were alerted to similar scene at 209 Candlewood Drive. Assistant Chief Tony Gray said copper was taken from the house in the same manner as previous incidents. That makes six burglaries since Friday where the motive and method of the thieves appear to be the same. They are targeting houses that are for sale and taking copper from underneath the structures and from air-conditioning units.
September 17, 2010
The Jessamine County-City of Wilmore Joint Planning Commission approved plans to subdivide land off Marble Creek Road Sept. 14 after it had denied the owners’ previous request for a variance. Surveyor Rick Moore, representing Greg and Diana Davis, came back to the commission with an application to divide the 84-acre property into nine lots after requesting an exception in July to road-widening requirements for owners who subdivide their land. The Davises had initially proposed dividing the land into four properties and said they would have to create more lots to offset the costs of widening the road.