Brightside Spring Cleanup March 27th

Make a Difference this Spring!

Join volunteers from across the neighborhood for the Brightside/UPS Fall Community-Wide Cleanup on Saturday, March 27th from 8 a.m. to noon. Our group will meet at 3rd and Southern Heights.

Cleanup volunteers will work together to remove trash, beverage containers, cigarette butts, and illegal right-of way signs from our neighborhood. Brightside will provide FREE bags and gloves to volunteers and coordinate trash pick-up with our partners at Louisville Metro Solid Waste Management. Brightside will also provide FREE T-Shirts to the first 5,000 registered volunteers!

Participating organizations will receive recognition in Brightside’s community-wide publications. Groups are also are eligible for Brightside’s NatureScape grants (grant money for neighborhood beautification projects) and free flower giveaways!

Make a difference this fall and join our Neighborhood Cleanup Team today! For more information or to register, call Bruce Cantrell at 375-9805.

Brightside’s Community-Wide Cleanup is made possible thanks to the generous support of the UPS Foundation, Kentucky PRIDE Fund, Louisville Metro Solid Waste Management and individuals just like you. Call Brightside 502.574.2613 to donate today or to learn more about volunteer opportunities


Contact numbers from Odor Meeting

Meeting Re: South Louisville Odor Issues

Councilman Dan Johnson is holding a meeting now scheduled Monday @ 6pm at Olmsted Academy North – 530 Bellevue Avenue. Meeting was Rescheduled due to possible weather on saturday.
All parties from the city, Fed EPA, MSD and Nuplex will be there to discuss the neighborhood odor problem and its resolution . If you want to share your long standing problems with odor from this company, please attend and voice them. It sounds like they may be looking at this as a one-time occurrence which it most definitely is not.

Chemical Odors

The following is from Jeff Miller – BNA President, if you have an interest send  email to and I’ll add you to the list. The federal EPA is investigating this as well as the City Environmental Dept and MSD. I filed a complaint with the EPA this morning regarding the odor problem as well as notifying Dan Johnson on Monday. Dan turned it in to the city on Monday.

Gary Guss

Beechmont area residents,

If you would like to get updates with any new information sent to the Neighborhood association by the EPA or MSD regarding the investigation of the chemical fumes in the Crittenden Dr, Woodlawn & 1st Street area please reply to this e-mail. If you want to attend a meeting that we may be able to set up with government agencies please reply to this e-mail. Please forward this e-mail to any resident who lives near Crittenden Drive & Woodlawn that may not be on this e-mail blast.

To know more now visit this Courier-Journal link

This is our community – We need answers — We need your help

The Beechmont Neighborhood Association