In housing-starved Louisville, voters will decide the fate of a massive development that includes no housing

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A “yes” vote will allow Brue Baukol to proceed. If the “no” vote wins, Hardy with Brue Baukol said the company will simply use the already approved plan in 2010. “We believe we’ve delivered exactly what the City Council wanted and exactly what the opposition has asked us to deliver,” Hardy said. 

If that holds true, no new housing will be built on the site — no matter the outcome of next week’s vote.