Midway City Council will vote Sept. 2 on whether to rezone industrial land off Interstate 64 and Ky 341 to allow more than 600 residential units.
Before that Sept. 2 vote, the council will hear attorneys for developer Dennis Anderson and for the Woodford Coalition give the pros and cons on whether the rezoning should be approved. But Midway City Attorney Phil Moloney said the public will not be allowed to comment or ask questions at that hearing.
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If approved, the Anderson development will have more than 600 single-family houses and townhouse units, plus a hotel, winery and walking trails. The council gave first reading to a rezoning ordinance at its Monday meeting.