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State Supreme Court rules on Paris Zoning controversy

The Supreme Court of Kentucky has ruled on the Paris zoning case involving the rezoning of the Stoner Creek Country Club property.
The ruling “Pursuant to the rule of appellate procedure the decision in the above captioned appeal (John Vance, et al, v Paris City Commission) has become final.”
The ruling denied motions for review of the decision of the Court of Appeals.
The Supreme Court Decision now brings to a close the five year controversy and litigation proceedings that sought to reverse the Paris City Commission’s rezoning of the country club property for commercial or light industrial purposes. A distillery had been proposed as a possible tenant.


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