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9th District Fall Forum on Tues, Oct. 9th

Monday October 1, 2012

For Immediate release:
Majority Caucus
Louisville Metro Council
Contact: 574-4137/526-3622

Councilwoman Tina Ward-Pugh will host the Ninth District’s Fall Community Forum on Tuesday, October 9th and the meeting has two goals. It will be a chance to meet and talk with Metro Government officials and the opportunity to help support two sustainable programs.

“It is important that the people of the Ninth District have a chance to meet with me and other officials to learn more about Metro Government,” says Ward-Pugh. “But I also am encouraging folks to be greener by supporting two different programs that are making an impact here and around the world.”

Guest speakers invited to the Community Forum include:

Ms. Maria Koetter, Office of Sustainability

Officer Daniel English, LMPD

Mr. Bennett Knox, Metro Parks – Bradley Greenway Update

Inspector Randy Scott, Codes & Regulations

The Forum will be an opportunity to donate used and new shoes to help WaterStep, a group that provides clean safe drinking water for people in developing countries.

At the same time, donations of handheld electronics to Eco-Cell for the Green Triangle project will also be collected. Acceptable items to donate include cell phones, cell phone accessories, digital cameras, Ipods and MP3 players, GPS handheld units, laptops, e-readers and portable hard drives.

“The Green Triangle is striving to make an impact in our community,” says Ward-Pugh. “Donations like the kind we are asking for not only help fund the program moves us toward more sustainable living practices, which will ensure a better world for all.”

Here is the Fall Community Forum Schedule:

6:00pm Drop off Shoes and Handheld Electronics

6:30pm Forum with Guest Speakers

7:30pm Questions and Answers

The Forum will be held at Field Elementary School, 120 Sacred Heart Lane.

For more information about the event, contact Councilwoman Ward-Pugh’s office at 574-1109 or email

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