Councilwoman Keisha Dorsey to host “Office Hours” during the month of March for residents of District 3 and Shively concerning the Metro Budget situation
Louisville – Councilwoman Keisha Dorsey (D-3) will host a series of “Office Hours” during the month of March before Shively City Council meetings to talk with residents about the budget situation facing Louisville Metro.
“I believe it is important to hear all ideas and concerns from everyone in the district,” says Dorsey. “It is my hope that people will take advantage of this opportunity to let me know how they feel, and I have asked city leaders in Shively to be on hand for questions too.”
The Councilwoman will be available for “Office Hours” from 6:00pm to 6:45pm at Shively City Hall, 3920 Dixie Hwy. She and Shively Mayor Beverly Chester Burton will be able to discuss the ordinances proposed for both Shively and Louisville Metro.
“Office Hours” will begin the first Monday on March 4th and end March 18th.
“Because of the seriousness of the pension situation and its impact on the Metro Government budget, several Council members are holding community meetings to hear from you. I am hear to listen,” says Ms. Dorsey.
For more information on District 3’s “Office Hours” in March, please contact Councilwoman Dorsey’s office at 574-1103.