Councilman James opens new District 6 Satellite Office to bring easy access to Metro Government
Tuesday February 11, 2014
For Immedaite Release:
Louisville Metro Council
Contact: Tony Hyatt 574-4137 / 526-3622
Louisville – Councilman David James has cut the ribbon on a new satellite office in the Kling Center and is encouraging the residents in District 6 to take advantage of this easier way of bringing Metro Government closer to the people.
“I believe this new office will be a convenient way for people to let me know about an issue or problem in the district,” said James. “Many times people do not have the time to come down to City Hall during the week if they have something they want to talk with me about.”
The new satellite office will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00am until 3:00pm. The Kling Center is located at 219 West Ormsby Street.
James said one of the key reasons for opening the new office is because District 6 has the largest concentration of senior citizens complexes in Metro Louisville area with many of the located in Old Louisville.
“City Hall can sometimes be an intimidating place to discuss a problem. This will make it much easier for a senior citizen to come and make an appointment with the District 6 office,” said James. “The Kling Center is much easier to get to and has parking available.”
The Councilman is also encouraging other areas of District 6 to take advantage of the new office.
David James (D) 6