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Cherokee Triangle Association

 MID-WINTER POTLUCK SUPPER

February 3, 2012    6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Gilda’s Club of Louisville – 633 Baxter Avenue

PLEASE BRING A POT LUCK DISH TO SERVE TEN PEOPLE:

If your last name begins with - A – F bring a side dish or salad;

G – M a main dish; N – S a dessert; T – Z an appetizer

 Your RSVP by January 30 is essential for event planning!

RSVP by calling the CTA Office at 459-0256 or send an email to glenandjim@aol.com with the number of attendees and the dish you will bring.

We look forward to having you join us for a nice casual gathering.

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January 25, 2012 at 4:30 p.m.
Old Jail Building at 514 w. Liberty.

At the December 14th meeting of the of  Cherokee Triangle Architectural Review Committee the Bordeaux/Willow Grand project review hearing was postponed until the January 25, 2012 meeting of the committee.

The post postponement was granted at the request of the attorney representing the developer, Timothy Martin.  More time was requested to review the recommendations of  and to meet with the Historic Landmarks and Preservation District Commission staff.


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WHERE:
Kentuckiana Girl Scouts Headquarters
2115 Lexington Road
Louisville, KY 40232

WHEN:
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Formal presentations begin at 6:30 p.m.

Project WIN Public Sewer Overflow Abatement Project Review and Input Meeting

MSD invites you to the Kentuckiana Girl Scout Headquarters on 2115 Lexington Road to participate in the next sewer overflow abatement project review and input meeting. At this meeting, MSD will report on the proposed combined sewer overflow and sanitary sewer overflow project modifications and the I-64 and Grinstead Drive storage basin project with request for public input.

The meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 24, 2012. A formal presentation of will be given at 6:30 p.m. followed by an opportunity to speak with MSD staff to discuss concerns with other sewer overflow abatement projects currently in planning, design and construction phases or drainage/flooding concerns until 8:30 p.m.

MSD encourages your participation so that your voice can be heard. If you cannot attend the meeting, questions or comments may also be submitted until Friday, February 10, 2012, via email at commentsIOAP@msdlouky.org or in hard copy addressed to:

MSD IOAP Project Comments
Attention: Project WIN Program Manager
700 West Liberty St.
Louisville, KY 40203

MSD IOAPMeetingFlyer_Jan24_1

Click here for info on MSD’s Integrated Overflow Abatement Plan (IOAP)

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Cherokee Triangle Crime Report

12/13/2011-1/16/2012

Robbery

12/21    900 Blk Baxter Ave – 2 suspects demanded the victim’s purse @ gunpoint

1/15       1000 Blk Bardstown Rd – Attempt robbery /employee & customer subdued robber

Criminal Mischief

12/21    2000 Blk Highland Ave – Table thrown through window @ restaurant

12/26    2100 Blk Patterson Ave – Vehicle tires slashed

1/12       900 Blk Baxter Ave – Altercation from a restaurant-one suspect damaged vehicle

Theft

12/27    Bardstown/Baxter – Arrest made when a suspect broke into a vehicle

12/19    900 Blk Baxter Ave – AC Unit stolen from the roof

12/28    900 Blk Baxter Ave – Stolen vehicle-recovered down the street-Possible

12/29    2000 Blk Barringer Ave – MSD catch basin stolen

12/29    1000 Blk Everett Ave – Amp and headphones stolen from vehicle

12/31    Bardstown/Grinstead – Arrest made for stolen cell phone

12/30    2000 Blk Highland Ave – Purse stolen from vehicle

1/1         1000 Blk Bardstown Rd – Jacket stolen

1/1         900 Blk Baxter Ave – Theft from a purse

1/5         1000 Blk Bardstown Rd – Bike stolen from sidewalk

1/7         2500 Blk Glenmary Ave – Police impersonator stole victim’s debit card

1/8         Bassett/Longest               – Arrest for theft from a vehicle

1/8         2000 Blk Cherokee Pkwy – Wallet stolen while sleeping at a friend’s

1/8         1000 Blk Bardstown Rd – Theft from vehicle

1/14       1100 Blk Cherokee Rd – Stolen vehicle-recovered-catalytic converter/GPS/stereo stolen

1/15       1100 Blk Bardstown Rd – Purse stolen from bar

1/15       1100  Blk Bardstown Rd – Stolen vehicle-vehicle running unattended

Burglary

1/5         2000 Blk Highland Ave – 2 laptops and 2 guitars stolen

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Anatomy of a Historic House Hands on History Workshop

Saturday January 14, 2012 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM EST

Preservation Louisville
The Brennan House Historic Home
631 South 5th Street
Louisville, KY 40202

Your house is more than four walls and a roof. What makes your house a historic home?

Join us for the January 14th Hands on History Workshop and learn the bare bone facts about a historic house. The cost is $20 for Preservation Louisville members and $30 for the general public.

Preservation Louisville’s Hands on History  “The Anatomy of a Historic House” will be led by architect Gary Kleier.  The workshop will discuss the components of a historic home and will highlight how preservation is the ultimate in “green” Living.

With 33 years of experience, and specialties in historic renovation, restoration, and green concepts for historic structures, Kleier is sure to help those dealing with restoration and renovation issues in a historic home that are interested in achieving the most environmentally friendly results.

  Click on the link below to register!

Register Now!

Preservation Louisville is co-sponsoring this lecture series along with the Metro Louisville Historic Landmarks Commission and the Kentucky Heritage Council/State Historic Preservation Office. Hands on History programs are presented with support from The Brown-Forman Corporation. Throughout the series, participants will learn practical, hands-on techniques for working with original materials and finishes to maintain, restore and preserve historic elements such as plaster, woodwork, gutters, roofing and masonry. Adapting “green” concepts for historic structures and renovating historic window and art glass will also be explored.

Thank you for attending this worthwhile event. For more information about the Hands on History Workshop or about Preservation Louisville, please call 502.540.5146 or email info@preservationlouisville.org.

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