Description: Louisville Metro Community Services & Revitalization (CSR) is seeking community input to help plan and prioritize a budget and work for the upcoming fiscal year. As a Metro agency responsible for more than $35 million in federal, state, local, and private grants, it is important to assess the needs of the community to help meet its mission of assisting low to moderate income residents of Metro Louisville with economic assistance, social services, and affordable housing with the goal of making them safe and self-sufficient.
Visit the CSR website for more information about the upcoming meeting or contact Curtis Stauffer at 574-8298 with any questions.
Description: On Thursday, December 12, 2013 at 3:00pm at its last meeting of the year, the Louisville Metro Sustainability Committee will host the second annual All Call for Sustainability Groups at City Hall, 601 W. Jefferson Street. Committee chair Councilwoman Tina Ward-Pugh is looking for sustainability organizations and businesses to present for two minutes each about their work and offerings. The goal is to introduce the community to innovative, inspiring, creative people and initiatives related to sustainability.
Your organization or business will have two minutes of free publicity to tell Louisville about your mission or services. The meeting will be broadcast live on MetroTV, rerun, and posted online. Speakers will be granted spots to speak on a first-come first-served basis; however preference will be given to groups that did not participate in last year’s event. The first 20 new organizations/businesses will receive slots to speak, and if all spaces are not filled by December 5, organizations who presented last year that would like to present this year will be considered. The hope is to spotlight organizations that do not have a big budget. If you would like to address the committee, please contact Councilwoman Ward-Pugh’s office at 574-1109 or email Katie Holmes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Description: The Corradino Group was recently named as the design team for the project bringing its stellar reputation and commitment to bold design.
To stay up to date and to become involved in the project, mark your calendars for December 17 when a public meeting will be held to learn more about the Dixie Highway Corridor Project, hear the goals and vision behind this development, and share your own ideas for building a better Dixie Highway.
The Corridor Project will be a gamechanger for southwest Louisville and public participation is a key component to ensuring its success. We hope to see you there.