Woodford Fiscal Court To Vote On Proposed Zoning Change

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 1/08/2013 8:50 pm
Imagine eating lunch inside Woodford County's famed 'Castle.'

There's a move underway to change the zoning for the Castle and other historic sites and landmarks.

It would allow them to have restaurants and gift shops.

The Woodford Fiscal Court will meet Tuesday night to vote on the proposed change.

Supporters say it would mean more tourism and jobs.

Critics fear it will spoil the beauty of Woodford County's countryside.

Sue Fosson is against the zoning change and says, "I believe that this particular ordinance is one that when people actually look at it and read it, it opens the country to activities that they probably haven't anticipated."



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