Great American Beer Run LOUISVILLE, KY 7-21-12

Now this is my kind of running event…

Brewing was a major industry in the early years of the River City. With the resurrection of our beloved Falls City and several outstanding microbreweries, Louisville seems to be hitting its stride once again.

Nestled in the midst of the grand homes of the historic Cherokee Triangle neighborhood, Willow Park will serve as the epicenter for the Louisville Beer Run and craft beer festival. The run will take you to the top of Baringer Hill and along the famous Cherokee Park Scenic Loop, known for its thick woodlands and rolling hills. In the heart of the Highlands – and with the excitement of Bardstown Road only a block away – this Beer Run will be a perfect warm up to a great summer evening of fun!

Early Bird $39 – until 5.31.12 / Regular $44 – until 6.30.12 / Late $49 – until 7.20.12 (close)

via Great American Beer Run LOUISVILLE, KY 7-21-12.

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Beat 6 crime maps 06/17-06/23

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BNA Homecoming – This week at the Open Air Market

David and Peggy Cahoe – BNA Open Air Market Vendors

The Beechmont Farmers Market is open from 8-12 noon on Saturday mornings, located at Southern Parkway and Wellington Ave. (parking lot of Beechmont Baptist Church). We have a variety of homemade baked goods, fruits, vegetables, and fresh eggs. Our local artisans display their arts and crafts for sale at the market. The Beechmont Market is a gathering place for socializing and enjoying Kentucky grown and prepared food. On June 23rd we are inviting all past and present Beechmont Neighborhood Association members to a homecoming from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.. Come out, catch up and reminisce!!! We invite all to bring any old photographs and mementos to share! BNA will have some Free Ice Cream until it runs out..

Crime Maps 6-10 – 6-16

Slow week for crime in Beechmont…

Assault & Robbery = None this week!
Burglary –  Click Image to enlarge
TBut Auto & TBut from Auto  = None this week!

Walkability Workshop – June 30th

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Preservation alert

Metro Council committee meeting planned to VOTE on the proposed Metro Landmarks ordinance amendment
Tuesday, June 12th at 1:30 pm Metro Chambers
6th & Jefferson Streets, 3rd Floor
Below is an email from Councilman Tom Owen regarding a meeting of the Planning/Zoning committee of the Metro Council TOMORROW – June 12th at 1:30 pm in Metro Chambers.

The amendment to the landmarks ordinance proposed by Councilman Yates is going to voted on tomorrow! Public testimony is only heard at these meetings at the discretion of the Chair of the Committee (Jon Ackerson). We don’t believe further testimony will be heard, but a show of support in opposition to the proposed amendment could be helpful! These proposed changes would greatly alter the landmarks ordinance, a successful tool that has been protecting & promoting Louisville landmarks for over 40 years!

Please attend this meeting if you can!

Two public hearings were held and there was an over whelming majority of the public that were not in support of changing the landmarks ordinance!

Ask the Metro Council why they would vote on changes to a local ordinance that the community has said doesn’t need to change?

On Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 4:15 PM, Owen, Tom wrote:

Persons who have written me about proposed revisions of our Metro Landmarks Ordinance:

I learned this morning that proposed revisions in our Metro Landmarks Ordinance will be heard and voted on TOMORROW at the Metro Council’s Planning Zoning and Land Use Committee at 1:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers on the 3rd Floor of City Hall at 6th and Jefferson Streets. Today, I tried unsuccessfully to make the case that this issue should be voted up or down in meetings in July after the current intense season of budget negotiations and the Budget approval Council meeting on June 21.

Tom Owen
8th District Metro Council
As a Metro Louisville citywide non-profit historic preservation organization, Preservation Louisville works in partnership with local, state and national organizations to promote the preservation of our community’s historic resources through education and advocacy. Preservation Louisville also provides education, technical information and resources. For more information, http://www.preservationlouisville.org.

Crime Maps week of 06/03/12-06/09/12

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