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Blackwell announces 2010 District 12 Dialogue Schedule

Friday January 8, 2010

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

Metro Councilman Rick Blackwell has announced the 2010 District 12 Dialogue schedule with the first meeting set for Tuesday, January 19th at Shacklette Elementary School.

“Since I first began representing this District, I promised to bring government to the people,” says Blackwell. “The Dialogues have proven to be an effective way of informing people how various departments of Metro Government work.”

Representatives of the Louisville Better Business Bureau will be on hand to talk about consumer issues and how to file complaints against unscrupulous businesses. It is a chance to ask questions about how the BBB works to help consumers.

The January District 12 Dialogue begins at 7:00pm. Shacklette Elementary is located at 5310 Mercury Drive.

The schedule for the 2010 District 12 Dialogues is below:

February 16th

LMPD Chief Robert White

Kerrick Elementary School

2210 Upper Hunters Trace

March 16th

Ted Pullen, Metro Public Works Director

Greenwood Elementary School

5801 Greenwood Road

April 20th

The Mayoral Candidates

Southwest Government Center

7219 Dixie Highway

May 18th

Mayor’s Community Conversation

Butler High School

2222Crums Lane

June 15th

Mike O’Connell. Jefferson County Attorney

Conway Middle School

6300 Terry Road

July 20th

David Karem, Waterfront Development Corporation

Incarnation Catholic Church

2229 Lower Hunters Trace

August 17th

Congressman John Yarmuth’s Office

Southwest Government Center

7219 Dixie Highway

September 21st

Tony Lindauer, Jefferson County PVA

St. Lawrence Catholic Church

1925 Lewiston Drive

October 19th

State Representatives and Senators

Southwest Government Center

7219 Dixie Highway

November 16th

Col. John Aubrey, Jefferson County Sheriff

Hillview Baptist Church

5319 Dixie Highway

“I want to encourage everyone to come out and learn more about these agencies and talk with these public officials,” says Blackwell. “It is also a chance for citizens to let us know about something that may need attention in the District.”

To learn more about the District 12 Dialogues, contact Councilman Blackwell’s office at 574-1112.

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