President James to host Community Discussion concerning the Metro Budget Shortfall on Saturday, March 16th
Louisville – President David James (D-6) will continue listening to the people of his district when he hosts a Community Discussion for the public concerning the current pension, Insurance Tax Rate Ordinance and the Metro Budget Shortfall on Saturday, March 16th.
“The Metro Council is moving forward in its effort to solve the current pension and budget crisis before us,” says The President. “While our discussion continues, it is important that we keep the public informed of what is going on and at the same time continue to listen to their concerns about the various ideas that have been proposed.”
The Community Discussion is set for the California Community Center, 1600 West Catherine Street from 10:00am to 12:00pm.
“I encourage anyone with a question or a concern to come and join us,” said James.
Also joining the President will be Daniel Frockt, CFO of Metro Louisville, and LMPD 2nd Division Representative Donald Robinson.
For more information about the Community Discussion, contact President James’ office at 574-1106.