• Woodford Forward Letter of Support – Bluegrass Bike Hike Horseback Water Trail Alliance Project

    The Application for Community Assistance for the Bluegrass Bike Hike Horseback Water Trails Alliance Phase II is aligned with our Mission Statement, our Vision and our Core Values. By providing funds for the next phase of the Bluegrass Trails Master Plan, located in the heart of the Bluegrass Region, the BBHHWTA project will contribute to the quality of life and the long-term economic vitality of Woodford County and our region... View a PDF copy of the full letter

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    According to the Versailles-Midway-Woodford County Planning and Zoning office, there are 326.725 acres that are proposed for annexation that are outside of the Versailles Urban Service Boundary. Based on our Mission, Vision and Values, we strongly oppose this annexation. The proposed annexation is a de facto expansion of the Urban Service Boundary. Read the full Position Statement

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    A complete plan outlining many goals and objectives including: general process, commercial development, industrial development, residential development, transportation, public use facilities, general land development, natural resource conservation, downtown areas, historic preservation, subdivision development, agricultural use, tourism, regional coordination, and employment. Read the entire report

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    Northwest Versailles Mobility Corridor

    Click HERE to be redirected to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet website. This page in particular has information pertinent to Woodford County and Northwest Versailles Mobility Corridor.

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    Versailles Strategic Plan

    The 2014 Versailles Strategic Plan focuses around a possible partnership with The Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS), which is headquartered in Versailles, with the goal of creating a unique community college campus in Versailles for local students. This KCTCS Versailles Campus could be the linchpin to implementing many of the city's economic development and workforce training initiatives. A case study of a town in a similar position: Walla Walla, Washington, is included. To[...]

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    The Old Taylor Distillery Renovation and Rehabilitation project

    The use of a Woodford County Fiscal Court issued bond to pay for approximately $950,000 in existing natural gas, public water and electrical utility infrastructure improvements to the area where the 127-year old, Old Taylor Distillery is located, is aligned with our Mission, Vision and core Values. In addition to serving the Old Taylor Distillery, the existing natural gas and water infrastructure improvements will be made available for the residents of Millville and the county. By providing [...]

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    The use of Tax Increment Financing (TIF) to pay for the estimated $30.7 million in public infrastructure costs at the Midway Station mixed-use development project is aligned with our Mission Statement, our Vision and our core Values. By providing adequate infrastructure on this 136-acre site, the Tax Increment Financing will contribute to the quality of life and long-term economic vitality of Woodford County. This new development within the existing limits of the city of Midway and it's Urban [...]

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    The land that is proposed for annexation is within our Urban Services Boundary and ideally, based on our Mission, Vision and Values, we would have the position statement favoring annexation. Any plans for this property must include adequate infrastructure and innovative design. The plan for annexation must illustrate that it is the highest and best use of urban land, and most importantly, that the annexation will contribute to the quality of life and long-term economic vitality of Woodford [...]

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