Hebron residents, business owners and government officials presented their ideas, vision and concerns about the new Graves Road Interchange and surrounding land. This happened during the first public workshop held by the Boone County Planning Commission and Judge Executive Gary Moore.
During the workshop, the public viewed plans for the interchange featuring a double crossover diamond, protection of historical homes, plans for sewage lines and traffic lights among several other items. The workshop is also the kickoff to the special land use/zoning study for the property around the interchange. The study will focus on zoning, land use, infrastructure and compatibility with adjacent neighborhoods to promote economic advancements and quality of life.
The planning process begins now and will end with recommendations to be adopted by the Boone County Fiscal Court in October 2020. The immediate next steps will include a stakeholder group review on future conditions data and a staff drafted plan between March and May of 2020. The next public workshop will be held in June or July of this year.
The plan is to have the interchange portion open by November 2020. The entire project will be finished by 2022. If you have questions or comments, contact the project manager for the study, Robert A. Jonas, AICP at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 859-334-2196.