Councilman Lanshima to host special community meeting on speeding concerns in various areas of District 21
Louisville – Councilman Vitalis Lanshima is inviting residents of District 21 to a special community meeting tonight, March 5th to discuss speeding concerns in various areas of the district.
“I believe it is important for everyone to know how to deal with speeding for the safety of everyone on our streets in the community,” says Lanshima. “This is an informational meeting for those who feel that speed bumps might decrease speeding in these areas.”
The Councilman has asked representatives of Louisville Metro Police and the Department of Public Works to discuss the speeding concerns in neighborhoods and explain the process of requesting and installing speed bumps/humps, along with the costs involved.
“Our goal is to make our streets safer. While we will be discussing the recent challenges faced by the residents of Meridale Avenue, our hope is that we can share our concerns and identify ways to keep our community safe,” says Lanshima.
The meeting will get underway at 6:00pm tonight at the Beechmont Community Center, 205 W. Wellington Avenue.
For more information, contact Councilman Lanshima’s Office at 574-1121.