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markus winkler - louisville metro council - district 17

April 19, 2019

District 17 Town Hall

I will host a town hall meeting on Monday, April 22 at 6 p.m. in the community room of Republic Bank, 9600 Brownsboro Road. State Senator Julie Raque Adams, State Representative Maria Sorolis, and State Representative Jerry Miller are scheduled to attend. They will discuss the recent legislative session and answer any questions you might have. In addition, representatives from LMPD's 8th Division, MSD, Metro Codes and Regulations, and some of our suburban fire districts will be present to address any concerns.

WHEN: Monday, April 22 at 6:00 p.m.

WHERE: Republic Bank, 9600 Brownsboro Road

My goal is to make these meetings as informative and useful as possible. If there is an agency you would like represented or a topic you would like to see discussed at a future meeting, please let me know. 

Free Disposal Event

Have some old prescription medication you'd like to dispose of properly? Are there items in your garage you'd like to get rid of? Is that old television taking up too much space?

On Saturday, May 11 from 9:00 a.m. until noon, bring these items and more to the parking lot west of the Middletown Target, 12975 Shelbyville Road. Services provided will include shredding, junk drop-off, electronics recycling, and prescription drug take-back.

Items NOT accepted include:

  • Construction and demolition materials
  • Paint and other hazardous waste
  • Tree and limb debris
  • Rock
  • Shingles
  • Concrete
  • Refrigerators

WHEN: Saturday, May 11 from 9:00 a.m. until noon

WHERE: Parking lot west of Target, 12975 Shelbyville Road

This event is for Jefferson County residents only. Items from businesses will not be accepted. If you have any questions about what items will be accepted, please contact the District 17 office.

Contact the District 17 Office

Markus Winkler
17th District Councilman



Kip Eatherly
Legislative Aide


Important Numbers

Animal Services   473-7387
Codes & Regulations   574-2508
EACM   426-2824
Health & Wellness   574-6520
Jefferson Co. Clerk   574-5700
KY Science Center   561-6100
LFPL   574-1611
LG&E   589-1444
LMPD (8th Division)   574-2258
Louisville Water Co.   583-6610
Louisville Zoo   459-2181
MetroCall   311
MSD   540-6000
Parks   574-7275
Planning   574-6230
Public Works   574-5810
TARC   585-1234

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Louisville Grows Seeds and Starts Sale


Proceeds from Seeds and Starts provide support to community gardens throughout Louisville.

Jefferson County Soil and Water Conservation Survey

The Jefferson County Soil and Water Conservation District is working on its long-range plan and wants feedback from Louisville citizens. If you are interested in sharing your thoughts on the most pressing environmental resource concerns for our area, visit www.jeffcd.org/home/resource-concern-survey/.

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