District 7 eNews | May 17, 2018 | Councilwoman Leet to host District 7 Dialogue on May 29


Louisville Metro District 7                                                        May 2018 Newsletter

 

 

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District 7 Dialogue set for May 29

As your Louisville Metro Council representative I continue to strive to bring a personal approach to addressing the issues that affect you and your neighborhood. I would like to invite you to join me at our next District 7 Dialogue on Tuesday, May 29 at 6:30PM at Thomas Jefferson Unitarian Church. 

This year we are partnering with the Louisville Metro Police Department to offer a Drug Take Back program at the meeting. This provides you an opportunity to clean out your medicine cabinet and safely dispose of old or unused medications to ensure that they are not accidentally used, or intentionally misused. This is one way that we have found to help combat the current opioid crisis in our community. St. Matthews Community Pharmacy will also be on site to provide anyone with commercial health insurance a Hepatitis A vaccine.

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River Sweep

Join us for the annual Ohio River Sweep 

Louisville MSD proudly sponsors Ohio River Sweep with the Ohio River Valley Sanitation Commission (ORSANCO), LG&E and Louisville Water. Ohio River Sweep is one of the largest annual environmental cleanups in the United States.

On June 16, 2018, thousands of volunteers will remove tons of trash and debris. This cleanup encompasses the entire length of the river, from its origin in Pittsburgh, PA to its end in Cairo, IL, including nearly 3,000 miles of shoreline and many tributaries.

 

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Summer Movies

Free Summer Movies

For a full list of 2018's Free Summer Movies click the button below. The movies are free for the community to attend and will be offered at the Iroquois Park Amphitheater, a state of the art outdoor facility. 
  

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Pot Hole Blitz

Pothole Blitz 2018

Louisville Metro’s Pothole Blitz 2018 is officially underway. Metro Public Works crews are moving across the city in a grid pattern in the annual concentrated effort to patch potholes created by the repeated freeze-thaw cycles of winter. The end of winter blitz is in addition to year round patching of potholes reported by citizens.
  

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