LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Tons of of individuals packed the Kentucky Nation Day Auditorium on Tuesday night time to debate Prospect Cove, a proposed 4-story reasonably priced senior housing complicated that may home roughly 200 flats.
And after greater than 4 hours of debate, the Metro Planning Fee unanimously handed the zoning modifications to maneuver ahead with teh plan.
The five hundred-foot-lengthy complicated can be constructed off of River Street by developer, LDG. Many residents have considerations with parking and visitors, however a couple of spoke in help of the plan.
“I’m embarrassed to assume that so many individuals are so against the thought of individuals over fifty five can be dwelling in our lovely group of Prospect,” stated Susan Miller, who lives in Prospect.
Prospect metropolis leaders stated they are not towards reasonably priced housing, however that a large construction does not belong in Prospect.
“We urge the fee to not move the plan presently,” stated John Evans, Mayor of Prospect. “A greater plan might be introduced that’s much less large, much less tall … we might be glad to think about it.”
Over 1,000 residents have signed a petition opposing the event. Evans stated that if the plans transfer ahead, they plan to battle it in courtroom with $250,000 put aside in authorized charges.
The difficulty will now go to Louisville Metro Council for a vote.
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