Fayette County

May 28, 2013 9:59 PM

Group recommends banning zip lines and canopy tours in most of rural Fayette

A work group studying recreational and tourism opportunities in Fayette County recommended banning a wide range of businesses in most rural areas zoned for agriculture, including zip lines and canopy tours. But the work group recommended that some activites, such as canopy tours, be allowed in a new agricultural natural zone in southeastern Fayette County that includes the Kentucky River Palisades.

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