Planning commission approves Alvaton development
Despite opposition from some nearby residents, the City-County Planning Commission of Warren County recommended for approval Thursday night a general development plan amendment that could bring self-storage buildings and a convenience store to acreage in the Alvaton community.
Property owners L.S. and Shelia Cherry applied to amend the binding elements for 3.646 acres at Alvaton, Old Scottsville and Isbell roads to allow development of self-storage units on two acres and possibly a convenience store with a maximum of four gas pumps on the remaining 1.646 acres.
The eight commissioners in attendance approved the application unanimously after hearing from L.S. Cherry and a couple of Alvaton residents who spoke against the development. [Read more from the Bowling Green Daily News