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May 20, 2013

New veterinary hospital coming to London

LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. — The London-Laurel County Planning and Zoning Commission reviewed a Conditional Use Request at their May 14 board meeting for a veterinary hospital to be located in Shiloh Landing on west Ky. 80.

Dr. Paul Keith Long III of Richmond plans to open a single doctor practice for cats and dogs in the near future at 79 Waco Dr., Unit No. 13. The property is in a commercial zone and does meet the requirements of the City’s Comprehensive Plan. The request was forwarded to the London Board of Adjustments for their approval.

The public hearings and reviews for three cell towers were tabled until July 9 because the engineering work was not completed. East Kentucky Network LLC d/b/a Appalachian Wireless pans to construct the 180 foot towers off Robinson Road in Pittsburg, off Ulrich Lane in East Bernstadt, and on a tract of land at the end of Parker Road.

The Judy Weaver Roberts property at 309 W. 7th St. is vacant and dilapidated and was forwarded to the Vacant Property Commission. City Building Inspector Doug Gilbert said the property is residential, located in the R-2 zone, and could be reused for residential and related uses. It does meet the requirements of the City’s Comprehensive Plan.

The commission reviewed a Conditional Use Request from Lori Walden to construct a duplex on her property located at 201 Morgan St., which was  forwarded to the London Board of Adjustments. The property is in a R-2 zone and could be reused for residential and related uses, and does meet the requirements of the City’s Comprehensive Plan.

The next P&Z meeting will be June 11 at 6 p.m. in the basement of City Hall.

cmills@sentinel-echo.com

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