Louisville Metro Government  
Action Summary - Tentative  
Planning and Zoning Committee  
Chair Madonna Flood (D-24)  
Vice Chair Scott Reed (R-16)  
Committee Member Jecorey Arthur (D-4)  
Committee Member Bill Hollander (D-9)  
Committee Member Kevin Triplett (D-15)  
Committee Member Nicole George (D-21)  
Committee Member Robin Engel (R-22)  
Tuesday, June 14, 2022  
1:00 PM  
Council Chambers/Virtual  
THIS MEETING IS BEING HELD VIA VIDEO TELECONFERENCE  
Call to Order  
Roll Call  
Vice Chair Reed called the meeting to order at 1:09 p.m.  
Vice Chair Reed introduced the committee members and non-committee  
members present. A quorum was established.  
*NOTE: All committee members and non-committee members present  
attended in Chambers, except Vice Chair Reed, Council Member Fox, Council  
Member Winkler, and Council Member Holton-Stewart, who attended virtually.  
5 -  
Present:  
Committee Member Bill Hollander (D-9), Committee Member Kevin Triplett (D-15),  
Vice Chair Scott Reed (R-16), Committee Member Nicole George (D-21), and  
Committee Member Robin Engel (R-22)  
2 - Committee Member Jecorey Arthur (D-4), and Chair Madonna Flood (D-24)  
Excused:  
Non-Committee Member(s)  
Council Member Council Member Mark Fox (D-13), Council Member Markus  
Winkler (D-17), and Council Member Amy Holton Stewart (D-25)  
Support Staff  
Clerk(s)  
Travis Fiechter, Jefferson County Attorney's Office  
Cheryl Woods, Assistant Clerk  
Sonya Harward, Clerk  
Pending Legislation  
1.  
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE ZONING OF PROPERTIES LOCATED AT 10410  
AND 10414 OLD PRESTON HIGHWAY CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 9.93 ACRES  
AND BEING IN LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO. 21ZONE0104). (AS AMENDED)  
Primary Madonna Flood (D-24)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Committee Member Triplett, seconded by Committee  
Member Engel, that this Ordinance be recommended for approval.  
The following spoke to this item:  
- Committee Member Engel  
- Travis Fiechter, Jefferson County Attorney's Office  
The following was discussed:  
- Question about whether the developer agreed with the Binding Elements  
A motion was made by Committee Member Triplett, seconded by Committee  
Member Engel, that this Ordinance be amended as shown in the attached  
document titled "O-157-22 V.2 CAM 061422 Zoning at 10410 & 10414 Old  
Preston Highway.pdf".  
The motion to amend carried by a voice vote.  
The motion to recommend for approval carried by the following vote and the  
Ordinance was sent to Old Business:  
5 - Hollander, Triplett, Reed, George, and Engel  
2 - Arthur, and Flood  
Yes:  
Excused:  
2.  
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE ZONING OF PROPERTY LOCATED AT 3323 AND  
3325 FREYS HILL ROAD CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 15.22 ACRES AND BEING IN  
LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO. 21ZONE0102). (AMENDMENT BY SUBSTITUTION)  
Primary Markus Winkler (D-17)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Committee Member Triplett, seconded by Committee  
Member Engel, that this Ordinance be recommended for approval.  
Brian Davis, Planning and Design Services, gave a presentation on the  
Planning Commission's recommendation (see attached).  
The following spoke to this item:  
- Council Member Winkler  
- Vice Chair Reed  
- Committee Member Hollander  
The following was discussed:  
- A proposed amendment by substitution that would overturn the Planning  
Commission's decision  
- Question about whether there were any flaws in the traffic study  
- Concerns over the absence of a public hearing  
- Question about whether the ingress and egress point off Westport Road is too  
narrow  
- Concerns that there has not been any mini storage unit built that was zoned  
and approved with binding elements in the area  
- Concerns that the property does not have connectivity to Westport Road  
- Concerns that there is not enough space to allow two entrances at the access  
point  
A motion was made by Council Member Winkler, seconded by Committee  
Member Triplett, that this Ordinance be amended by substitution as shown in  
the attached document titled "O-185-22 V.2 CABS 061422 Zoning Change 3323  
and 3325 Freys Hill Rd.pdf".  
The motion to amend by substitution carried by a voice vote.  
The motion to recommend for approval carried by the following vote and the  
amended Ordinance was sent Old Business:  
District 17 Council Member Winkler had a vote on this zoning case and voted  
YES.  
5 - Hollander, Triplett, Reed, George, and Engel  
2 - Arthur, and Flood  
Yes:  
Excused:  
3.  
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE ZONING AND FORM DISTRICT OF, AND REVISED  
DETAILED DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR, PROPERTIES LOCATED AT 3200  
AND 3201 DUPIN DRIVE AND 5400 MINOR LANE CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 2.63  
ACRES AND BEING IN LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO. 21ZONE0162).  
Primary Madonna Flood (D-24)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Committee Member Triplett, seconded by Committee  
Member Engel, that this Ordinance be recommended for approval.  
Brian Davis, Planning and Design Services, gave a presentation on the  
Planning Commission's recommendation (see attached).  
The following spoke to this item:  
- Council Member Fox  
- Committee Member George  
The following was discussed:  
- This is Phase II of the Airport Logistics Airpark development project  
- Question about whether there is a warehouse located to the south of the  
development  
- The development will create jobs  
The motion carried by the following vote and the Ordinance was sent to Old  
Business:  
District 13 Council Member Fox had a vote on this zoning case and voted YES.  
5 - Hollander, Triplett, Reed, George, and Engel  
Yes:  
2 - Arthur, and Flood  
Excused:  
4.  
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE ZONING OF, AND ASSOCIATED PARKING WAIVER  
FOR, PROPERTY LOCATED AT 3106 CHENOWETH RUN ROAD CONTAINING  
APPROXIMATELY 1.88 ACRES AND BEING IN LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO.  
21ZONE0135). (AS AMENDED)  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Committee Member Triplett, seconded by Committee  
Member Engel, that this Ordinance be recommended for approval.  
Brian Davis, Planning and Design Services, gave a presentation on the  
Planning Commission's recommendation (see attached).  
Travis Fiechter, Jefferson County Attorney's Office, read the following Binding  
Element into the record:  
"8. Any significant changes or alterations to the proposed structures (e.g.  
building height, number of units, number of buildings), any increase in density  
on the property, any changes in use on the property, and/or any amendments  
to the binding elements shall be reviewed before the Planning Commission  
with final action to be determined by Metro Council."  
The following spoke to this item:  
- Committee Member Triplett  
- Brian Davis  
The following was discussed:  
- Question about whether the reduced parking spaces will be used in another  
manner  
A motion was made by Committee Member Engel, seconded by Committee  
Member Triplett, that this Ordinance be amended to add the Binding Element  
previously read into the record.  
The motion to amend carried by a voice vote.  
The motion to recommend for approval carried by the following vote and the  
amended Ordinance was sent to Old Business:  
5 - Hollander, Triplett, Reed, George, and Engel  
2 - Arthur, and Flood  
Yes:  
Excused:  
5.  
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE ZONING OF PROPERTY LOCATED AT 905 EAST  
OAK STREET CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 0.086 ACRES AND BEING IN  
LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO. 22ZONE0009).  
Primary Madonna Flood (D-24)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
This item was held in committee.  
6.  
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE ZONING OF PROPERTY LOCATED AT 8315 NASH  
STREET CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 2.29 ACRES AND BEING IN LOUISVILLE  
METRO (CASE NO. 21ZONE0164).  
Primary Mark H. Fox (D-13)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Committee Member Triplett, seconded by Committee  
Member Engel, that this Ordinance be recommended for approval.  
Brian Davis, Planning and Design Services, gave a presentation on the  
Planning Commission's recommendation (see attached).  
Council Member Fox spoke to this item and stated he was in support of the  
zoning change.  
The motion carried by the following vote and the Ordinance was sent to Old  
Business:  
District 13 Council Member Fox had a vote on this zoning case and voted YES.  
5 - Hollander, Triplett, Reed, George, and Engel  
2 - Arthur, and Flood  
Yes:  
Excused:  
7.  
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE ZONING OF PROPERTIES LOCATED AT 10310  
AND 10312 STONESTREET ROAD CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 3.6 ACRES AND  
BEING IN LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO. 21ZONE0150).  
Primary Madonna Flood (D-24)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
This item was held in committee.  
8.  
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE METRO LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE RELATING TO  
TRUCK PARKING REQUIREMENTS (CASE NO. 21-LDC-0010).  
Primary Madonna Flood (D-24)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
This item remained held in committee.  
9.  
A RESOLUTION REQUESTING THE PLANNING COMMISSION REVIEW THE METRO  
LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE REGULATIONS WITH REGARD TO LEGISLATIVE BODY  
REVIEW OF COMMISSION ACTION ON DEVELOPMENT PLANS AND THE “TWO-YEAR  
RULE.”  
Attachments:  
This item was withdrawn.  
10.  
AN ORDINANCE CREATING A NEW SECTION TO LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY  
METRO GOVERNMENT CODE OF ORDINANCES (“LMCO”) CHAPTER 153 REGARDING  
THE EVIDENCE AND BASIS FOR DECISIONS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF  
LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT IN ZONING CASES.  
Primary Bill Hollander (D-9)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
This item remained held in committee.  
11.  
AN ORDINANCE CREATING A NEW SECTION TO LOUISVILLE/ JEFFERSON COUNTY  
METRO GOVERNMENT CODE OF ORDINANCES (“LMCO”) CHAPTER 153 REGARDING  
THE PROCESSING OF APPLICATIONS FOR ZONING MAP AMENDMENTS IF THERE  
ARE DELINQUENT TAXES OR VALID LIENS HELD BY LOUISVILLE METRO  
GOVERNMENT THAT ARE UNPAID.  
Primary Madonna Flood (D-24) and Primary Nicole George (D-21)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
This item remained held in committee.  
12.  
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE CLOSURE OF A PORTION OF THE RIGHT-OF-WAY  
OF FEGENBUSH LANE ADJACENT TO 5905 FEGENBUSH LANE CONTAINING  
APPROXIMATELY 3.87 ACRES AND BEING IN LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO.  
22STRCLOSURE0004).  
Primary Madonna Flood (D-24)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Committee Member Triplett, seconded by Committee  
Member Engel, that this Ordinance be recommended for approval.  
The following spoke to this item:  
- Committee Member Hollander  
- Travis Fiechter, Jefferson County Attorney's Office  
- Committee Member George  
The following was discussed:  
- Question about whether this is a large right-of-way  
- Question about how this development would benefit the community as a  
right-of-way  
- Question about whether this development would produce tax benefits once it  
is built  
A motion was made by Committee Member Hollander, seconded by  
Committee Member Triplett, that this Ordinance be tabled.  
The motion to table carried by a voice vote.  
13.  
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE REVISED DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND  
ALTERNATE PLAN FOR ACCESS FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 8016  
SHEPHERDSVILLE ROAD CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 18.09 ACRES AND BEING  
IN LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO. 22DDP0001).  
Primary Madonna Flood (D-24)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
This item remained held in committee.  
14.  
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE REVISED DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR  
PROPERTY LOCATED AT 11905 DIXIE HIGHWAY CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 2.19  
ACRES AND BEING IN LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO. 22DDP0009).  
Primary Madonna Flood (D-24)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Committee Member Triplett, seconded by Committee  
Member Engel, that this Ordinance to be recommended for approval.  
Brian Davis, Planning and Design Services, gave a presentation on the  
Planning Commission's recommendation (see attached).  
Council Member Fowler stated that in 2018, the plan was approved without the  
approval of Metro Council, and that she would be voting yes.  
The motion carried by the following vote and the Ordinance was sent to Old  
Business:  
5 - Hollander, Triplett, Reed, George, and Engel  
2 - Arthur, and Flood  
Yes:  
Excused:  
15.  
A RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING THE ORIGINAL HIGHLANDS NEIGHBORHOOD  
ASSOCIATION AND THE OFFICIAL NEIGHBORHOOD MAP OF THE ORIGINAL  
HIGHLANDS NEIGHBORHOOD.  
Primary Cassie Chambers Armstrong (D-8)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Committee Member Triplett, seconded by Committee  
Member Engel, that this Ordinance be recommended for approval.  
A motion was made by Committee Member Triplett, seconded by Committee  
Member Engel, that this Ordinance be tabled.  
The motion to table carried by a voice vote.  
Adjournment  
Without objection, Vice Chair Reed adjourned the meeting at 2:03 p.m.  
Note: Items sent to the Consent Calendar or Old Business will be heard before the full Council at  
the Metro Council meeting on June 23, 2022.