Public hearing scheduled for Angel's Envy distillery plan
A public hearing has been scheduled next month to review plans for the long-delayed Angel’s Envy distillery across from Louisville Slugger Field.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A public hearing has been scheduled next month to review plans for the long-delayed Angel’s Envy distillery across from Louisville Slugger Field.
A revised plan for the project submitted Monday will go to the Development Review Committee of the Metro Planning Commission on Aug. 6, said Jessica Wethington, spokeswoman for Louisville Metro Planning & Design Services.
The distillery was announced last summer, but the project has yet to materialize.
Wes Henderson, chief operating officer of the company behind Angel’s Envy, Louisville Distilling Co.,
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet sold the land to Angel’s Envy affiliate Papillion Property Group for $500,000 on June 26, according to a deed on file in the Jefferson County Clerk’s office.
The revised plan for the distillery, filed Monday, includes minor changes to the original plan filed last summer.
“They’ve changed the direction of the parking, added a detention basin per MSD and also added 4 grain silos,” Wethington said in an email.
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