Army to host public meeting Sept. 30 to hear comments on four proposed sites


LOUISVILLE, KY – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will host a public meeting Sept. 30 at the Middletown Council Chambers at 7 p.m. to hear comments on the four proposed sites for the Middletown Armed Forces Reserve Center.The site selection committee, comprised of members from the Mayor’s Advisory Board, the Reserve, the National Guard and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, looked at the feasibility of the proposed sites to house the Armed Forces Reserve Center.

The suggested sites that have been recommended by the committee to move forward (in alphabetical order) are:

  • Bysiewicz Industrial Park

o  Description: This site is on Middle Street and privately owned. This industrial site contains approximately 35 acres.

  • Cucia Park

o  Description: Smith Road at Industrial Road. The site is City owned. This site, submitted by the City of Middletown, is owned by the city. The site contains approximately 40 acres and is zoned industrial.

  • Ken Dooley/Boardman Lane

o  Description: Site submitted by developers and landowner. The site contains 37 acres in the Millennium Industrial Park on Ken Dooley Road and approximately 88 acres on the Boardman Lane site. Both sites are industrially zoned.

  • Mile Lane

o  Description: This site is the former Middletown Reserve Center. The government-owned  site has approximately 25 acres.Comments are welcomed from the community via email, telephone or blog.

The sites are listed on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers blog which can be accessed directly at
https://lrlcoepao.wordpress.com or via a link from the Corps Middletown Armed Forces website at http://www.lrl.usace.army.mil/poi/default.asp?mycategory=309.

Comments will also be accepted via telephone to Todd Hornback at 502-315-6768 or Diane McCartin at 502-315-6853 or email at todd.j.hornback@usace.army.mil or diane.e.mccartin@usace.army.mil.

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