West St. Catherine Neighborhood Association

Mayor's Community Conversations

Jan 13, 2004

At Dupont Manual High School, 6:30 pm, Tuesday, January 20....
Mayor?’s Community Conversations Give Citizens a Voice

What?’s on your mind regarding Louisville Metro? You can tell Mayor Jerry Abramson and other leaders of the new Louisville Metro government in person at the Mayor?’s Community Conversations. At Community Conversations, department leaders, Metro Council members and the Mayor come together at rotating locations throughout the community to hear citizen questions, concerns and ideas. Whether it?’s a problem in your backyard or a communitywide concern, Community Conversations are an opportunity to have your voice heard and your needs met.

"As we continue building a better local government and a stronger community, it is important that all citizens have a number of ways to share ideas and voice concerns," Abramson said. "One of our top priorities is to build stronger neighborhoods throughout our new community and connect our citizens to all aspects of local government."

Held monthly (except December), the Mayor?’s Community Conversations begin at 6:30 p.m. Mark your calendar and come out on the following dates:

January 20 Dupont Manual High School Gym, 120 W. Lee Street
February 16 Newburg Community Center, 4810 Exeter Avenue
March 15 Ballard High School Back Gym, 6000 Brownsboro Road
April 19 Moore High School Theater Room, 6415 Outer Loop
May 17 Pleasure Ridge Park High School Gym, 5901 Greenwood Road
June 21 Shawnee High School Gym, 4018 W. Market Street
July 19 Eastern High School Gym, 12400 Old Shelbyville Road
August 16 Highland Middle School Gym, 1700 Norris Place
September 20 Iroquois High School Gym, 4615 Taylor Boulevard
October 18 Valley High School Gym, 10200 Dixie Highway
November 15 Jeffersontown High School Gym, 9600 Old Six Mile Lane
December Holiday break - no meeting.

Nearly 2,000 citizens brought questions, concerns and suggestions to the ten Community Conversations held following the program?’s launch in March 2003.

If you can?’t attend Community Conversations, you can still make your voice heard anytime by calling MetroCall at 311. MetroCall 311 is the non-emergency number to call when you?’ve got a problem, a question or an idea for Louisville Metro government.

Citizens can also connect with metro government online and on television. The Louisville Metro website at www.loukymetro.org has a wealth of information including available metro services, how to obtain permits and licenses and where to find parks, recreation and the arts. MetroTV, on Insight cable channel 25, makes metro government more accessible to citizens with coverage of Metro council meetings, news conferences and special events and features.

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