Councilwoman Shanklin to host public meeting for residents in District 2 to learn more about the budget and pension situation
Louisville – Councilwoman Barbara Shanklin will host a special public meeting for residents of District 2 to learn more about the pension situation and budget concerns facing Louisville Metro Government on Wednesday, March 6th.
“It is important for everyone to understand no final decision has been made as to how this situation will be handled,” says Shanklin. “Right now, the Metro Council is reviewing all options, but it is important to hear from everyone in every district of the city.”
The meeting will be held at Forest Baptist Church, 4500 Petersburg Road beginning at 6:00pm.
Councilwoman Shanklin will be on had as well as officials from the Office of Management and Budget to talk about the Insurance Rate Tax Ordinance which has been filed as well as what has been proposed as far as cuts if no additional revenue is raised to handle the pension situation the city faces from the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
“I want to encourage everyone to come out and be heard as we try to find a realistic way to deal with this problem,” says Shanklin.
For more information about the meeting, contact Councilwoman Shanklin’s office at 574-1102.