What does the traffic from 202 apartments and commercial businesses bring to our side streets and main roads like Amsterdam, Collins and Buttermilk Pike? All told, we believe between 600 to 1000 additional vehicles will be maneuvering around the city daily, straining fire/police/city resources.
APARTMENTS & BUSINESSES
Villa Hills has been a thriving single family home community since its inception - one of the charming and unique features that sets our community apart from all the others in Northern Kentucky. A four story 187 unit apartment complex other commercial/rental units is not what continues the Villa Hills tradition of community.
Allowing commercial buildings and apartments to be built now opens the door in the future for other developers with similar plans for undeveloped land in our city. Your area of Villa Hills could be next. We need to fight to ensure that the integrity of our city is protected today and into the future.
Appeal of the zone change approval is proceeding before Kenton Circuit Court Judge Gregory Bartlett.
Defend Villa Hills’ appeal of City Council’s zone change approval is proceeding before Kenton Circuit Court Judge Gregory Bartlett. Case scheduling deadlines include:
Defend Villa Hills' merits brief asserting their arguments for reversal of City Council's zone change approval is due on or before October 19, 2018.
Ashley Commercial’s and the other Respondents' merits briefs asserting arguments for upholding City Council’s zone change approval is due by November 19, 2018.
Defend Villa Hills' reply brief is due on or before December 3, 2018.
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