The London-Laurel County Planning and Zoning Commission approved a plat Tuesday for a planned subdivision in western Laurel County.

Developers Brad Durham, Randel Durham, and Scott Smith are to build a planned subdivision consisting of 99 units on 24.18 acres of land.

They initially were going to call the subdivision Wildwood, but settled on Hartland because they thought it might be confused with Wildwood Apartments.

Hartland is to be located at the intersection of Mitchell Creek and County Farm roads off west KY 80.

The minimum lot size is 6,500 square feet on .15 acre and each unit would cost $129,000 or less. There will be 6 feet between the houses. The yards are small so that the owners will not have to take care of large ones.

The commissioners also approved an existing subdivision, Shadow Lane Estates.

The subdivision was originally approved in March 2004 but was never recorded through an oversight by developer Frosty Tuttle. Since the lots have been sold, deeds of corrections will have to be made, according to Commissioner Bruce Yandell.

At the meeting Chairman Dane Gilpin urged the community to take part in the remaining two workshops in planning the future of Laurel County. The comprehensive plan will be used by the Planning Commission,

City Council and Fiscal Court for making future land use decisions.

The workshops will be conducted Monday and March 26, 6 to 8 p.m. at the Community Room of the Laurel County Courthouse.

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