Council Members George and Triplett to hold community meeting on budget and pension situation
Louisville – Two members of the Metro Council will cohost a public meeting this coming Saturday, February 23rd to give residents the chance to learn more about the current situation involving pensions and the upcoming budget for Metro Louisville.
Council members Nicole George (D-21) and Kevin Triplett (D-15) will be at the Iroquois Branch of the Louisville Free Public Library to talk about the issue beginning at 10:30am.
“This is just one of several meetings Council members are organizing around the city to talk about what we are facing in the coming year,” says George. “We will have people on hand to explain the problem and what has been proposed to solve this issue.”
“It is important that we hear from everyone who has a concern,” says Triplett. “I hope those who have suggestions would also come forth with those ideas.”
Both George and Triplett will be on hand for the “Meet your Legislators” program sponsored by Café Louie at the Iroquois Library beginning at 9:00am. They will stay around for the public meeting which will begin as soon as “Meet your Legislators” is over.
For more information about the public meeting on the budget, contact Councilwoman George’s office at 574-1121 or Councilman Triplett’s office at 574-1115.