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Researching Your Old House
Hands on History Workshop
Saturday, December 12th, 1:00-4:00 p.m.

Your historic home has stories to tell!
What do you know about your house’s history?

Have you ever wondered about the history of your home?

Who used to live there or what their lives were like?

This session of Hands on History will explore methods of research to uncover the story of your house. It is less about architectural history, and more about the history of the building and the people who owned and lived in it. Learn how to use resources such as maps, census data, city directories, land conveyances, photographs, newspapers and local histories as well as where you can find these research tools. This session will give provide a guide to constructing a history of your home.

Join us on December 12, 2015, and learn how to research your historic home’s past, and learn about your own heritage along the way!

When
December 12, 2015 1-4 PM

Where
The Brennan House
631 South 5th Street Louisville, KY 40202

Registration Fee: $30 per person or

$20 for Preservation Louisville Members

Click here to register

Tuesday, December 15, 2015
7:00 p.m.
Highlands Community Campus – 1228 E. Breckinridge St., corner of Barrett Ave. and E. Breckinridge St.
(Parking is located in the rear of the building; handicapped parking and access is in the front of the building.)

 

There is another neighborhood meeting regarding the development at the old Phoenix Hill Tavern site. This will be the “official” meeting required as a prerequisite for rezoning, a detailed district development plan, and Bardstown/Baxter Design Review Overlay (“DRO”) filings.

A plan for DRO and pre-application review have been filed with the Division of Planning and Design Services (DPDS) and have been assigned case numbers 15BROD1023 & 15ZONE1068.

 

The meeting will be held on Tuesday, December 15, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. at the Highlands Community Campus located at the comer of Barrett Ave. and E. Breckinridge at 1228 E. Breckinridge St. (Parking is located in the rear of the building; handicapped parking and access is in the front of the building.)

If you cannot attend the meeting but have questions or concerns, please call me, our attorney Bill Bardenwerper at 426-6688, or our land planning and engineering firm representatives Jon Henney or Amin Omidy at 627-8900.

The Winter 2015 Cherokee Triangle Association Newsletter is now available to view online.

Click here to view – Cherokee Triangle Newsletter – Winter 2015

unnamed (1)Public Works has announced that they will be paving
Cherokee Road from Baxter Avenue to Cherokee Parkway
the week of November 9.

Free Junk Drop-off Disposal this Sunday
Sunday, November 1, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. – Waste Management Outer Loop Landfill, 2673 Outer Loop.

Event is open to all Jefferson County residents

Citizens are encouraged to take advantage of the city’s free bulk waste and junk drop-off event on Sunday, November 1, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Waste Management Outer Loop Landfill, 2673 Outer Loop. Now is the time to get rid of bulky items not accepted by regular garbage collection such as appliances, furniture and mattresses.

Residents are asked to separate metal items from other junk. The metal is recycled, saving valuable space in the landfill. Freon will also be properly removed from appliances. Items that will not be accepted during the drop-off event include yard waste (grass, limbs, leaves, etc.), hazardous materials, paint, tires and commercial trash.

The junk disposal day is a partnership between the Louisville Metro Division of Solid Waste Management and Waste Management of Kentucky. The event is in addition to regular bulk waste disposal available throughout the year at the Waste Reduction Center located at 636 Meriwether Avenue.

In the year round service, up to three household items are accepted free of charge during regular operating hours Tuesday – Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Materials such as oil and lead-based paints, lawn fertilizers, batteries and household chemicals may be taken the Household Hazardous Materials Collection Center, known as HAZ BIN, at 7501 Grade Lane. The center is open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. There is no charge for Louisville residents for HAZ BIN services.

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