County residents were a part of the third information session of three to talk about the effect of a new addition to the Veteran's Outer Loop.
“We have brought this up because … people have been told if they're in the city limits they can't have a farm and other information that isn't right,” Trautman said at the Thursday annexation meeting. “We just want you to have the right information.”
Trautman joined Kevin Myatt, director of the joint city-county Planning and Zoning Commission to explain different incentives to being zoned commercially and agriculturally within the city including lower garbage, water, fire and insurance rates. But they emphasized that they were not lobbying for city residents.
“We're not here, we're not lobbying for you to do anything,” Trautman said. “We just want you to know your options.”
The crowd of about 15 was the third to hear the presentations on agricultural zoning, see a map of the proposed Outer Loop section of Ky. 3160 and listen to procedures on how to annex property.
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