Wednesday, Fe&nuuy 20, 1974
Victory For Residents
Board Denies Sewage Plant Permit
future of Spanish
Bardstown Road and South Wattersori,
Trail, received a major setback last
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Feared Damage From Blasts
Residents also said they feared
blasting of the rocky terrain could
damage their homes and wells.
"We are all very pleased with the
decision," said Clarance Henson of
5738 South Watterson Trail. "We
appreciate their (the board's) efforts
and concerns about problems in the
neighborhood. We hope that this will
set a precedent that builders in the
future will follow some type of
reasonable, logical course."
Henson said he had not objected to
the developer's intent to build a
subdivision but that he wondered why
the developer had begun laying sewer
lines before receiving all the necessary
approvals for the construction of a
The planned subdivision covers 75
acres between the subdivisions of
Fairway Acres and Piccadilly Square,
and access to it would be from
Bardstown Road. Lawson has said that
300 apartments and 100 single-famil- y
houses are planned for the area.
Although construction for streets and
sewers had begun earlier, Lawson said
any additional work on the sewers has
since been halted.
students were named to the Dean's
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plants in the Pond
Creek drainage area (which includes
Spanish Cove) until May 1 and the
board is still considering a one-yemoratorium on new plants in the area.
Therefore, approval of a new site
could be months away.
He could reconsider his first
proposed site which already had the
approval of the Board of Health.
James McDonald, a public health
engineer for the Board of Health, said
the board's approval of a site is valid
for one year. By the end of one year,
construction plans must have been
submitted to the board for review. He
said the board approved the first
proposed site on Feb. 25, 1972, but
GAS SAVGB SPECIALS
First Site Dropped
Schmidt, engineer for the
developer, said that the first site was
discarded because with the addition of
a lagoon, as recommended
Board of Health, and in keeping with
policy between a plant
the 200-foand all adjacent property lines, the
plant would have had to have been
moved to a higher elevation from
where it could not benefit as much
from gravity flow. A lift station would
have been necessary to elevate some of
the sewage to the plant.
Approval of the second proposed
site, located in the southwest corner of
the subdivision, was denied by the
Board of Health since it was within
200 feet of a bordering property line.
If the developer doesn't appeal the
Board of Zoning Adjustment's
decision, or if he does appeal it and
the courts find the board's decision
justified, he must find other means of
servicing the sewage from his planned
subdivision. The construction of new
septic tanks has been banned by the
Board of Health since last May and
Spanish Cove is located too far from
MSD to be annexed.
Under these circumstances, it seems
the developer would have the
He could propose another site
for a plant. However, the Board of
Health has decided to not approve the
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that Lawson could possibly receive an
extension if the state EPA agreed.
He could perhaps connect his
sewer lines onto a nearby system if its
plant were capable of treating
additional loads. The
plant that serves Piccadilly Square is
currently 'being expanded, but Paul
of Piccadilly, said
he has not been confronted by Lawson
about that possibility.
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located about 200 feet from the
property of John Seaton Huff, 5737 S.
Two other sites for a plant had
previously been proposed by Lawson.
The first was located about one
quarter mile east of the most recently
proposed site. It received the approval
of the Metropolitan Sewer District, the
state Department of Natural Resources
and Environmental Protection (EPA)
and the Louisville and Jefferson
County Board of Health.
JESSIE SWEIDERT, 7, didn't quite feel up to fun and games last week during a
recess at Okolona Elementary School. Instead, she sought reclusion by a sturdy
post and contemplated the more serious aspects of life.
County Board of
Zoning Adjustment denied a request
for a conditional use permit for the
construction of a sewage-treatmeplant.
After two months of deliberation,
the board voted unanimously to deny
the request, citing adverse effects such
a plant on that site would have on
neighboring properties. John Carroll,
attorney for the board, said he
thought it was the first time in two
years he has served as counsel for the
board that a conditional use permit for
plant had been
The denial is not official until the
minutes of the board's meeting are
approved at its next session on Feb.
27. The developer of the subdivision,
the John Lawson Realty Co., would
then have 30 days to file an appeal of
the decision in Jefferson County
Circuit Court. The court would be
asked to determine whether the board
acted arbitrarily in its decision.
Lawson has not yet indicated
whether he plans to make an appeal.
The proposed site for a
The board's denial was viewed as a
plant that was
major victory by nearby residents of sewage-treatmethe proposed site. At a public hearing denied by the board is on a piece of
before the board in December, a land, recently purchased by Lawson,
petition with 270 signatures of persons that is adjacent to the original
objecting to the proposed site was boundaries of the subdivision. The
given to the board. Residents of plant would have been located
200 feet from S.
South Watterson Trail and the Fairway approximately
Acres subdivision had protested saying Watterson Trail and about the same
plant in that location would distance from the property line of
considerably decrease their property some residents in the Fairway Acres
values and that the developer should subdivision.
A lagoon, which would serve as a
locate the plant up inside the
subdivision it would serve instead of tertiary treatment, would have been
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