Louisville Metro Councilman Jerry T. Miller, R-District 19, will hold a district meeting on Tuesday, August 7, which looks to us like a major gathering of government services personnel and Republican legislators.
Miller will be joined by representatives from Metro Public Works, Metro Codes and Regulations, Metropolitan Sewer District, Louisville Water Company, 21st Century Parks, Metro Parks, Metro Animal Services, KIPDA, Center for Neighborhoods and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, according to a news release.
Also, Republican State Representatives Bob DeWeese, Ron Crimm and State Senator Julie Denton along with City of Middletown Mayor Byron Chapman, City of Douglass Hills Mayor Bill Lile, City of Blue Ridge Manor Mayor Mike Ober and City of Woodland Hills Mayor David Tilford are scheduled to be there to answer questions, according to the release.
U.S. Senator Rand Paul’s Louisville field representative, Whitney Meadows, will conduct Mobile Office Hours from 6 p.m.to 7 p,m. for residents who have questions regarding federal issues and legislation.
For more information on this Town Hall Meeting, please contact the Office of Councilman Miller at 574-1119 or jerry.miller(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)louisvilleky.gov.