A development company has pitched an idea to have London annex the site of a former truck stop at the busy intersection of Interstate 75 and U.S. 25 in southern Laurel County to be used for a retail development and a quarter-horse track Keeneland plans to create in the area. 1/14/2015 photo by Bill Estep
A development company has pitched an idea to have London annex the site of a former truck stop at the busy intersection of Interstate 75 and U.S. 25 in southern Laurel County to be used for a retail development and a quarter-horse track Keeneland plans to create in the area. 1/14/2015 photo by Bill Estep Herald-Leader
A development company has pitched an idea to have London annex the site of a former truck stop at the busy intersection of Interstate 75 and U.S. 25 in southern Laurel County to be used for a retail development and a quarter-horse track Keeneland plans to create in the area. 1/14/2015 photo by Bill Estep Herald-Leader

Owner removes I-75 site from consideration for Keeneland track in Corbin area

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