South Central Regional Forum - September 21

September 16, 2022

Louisville – For the first time since COVID-19, Louisville Metro Council Members Mark Fox (D-13), Nicole George (D-21), James Peden (D-23) and Madonna Flood (D-24) will host the South Central Regional Forum on Wednesday, September 21, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. at the South Central Regional Library, located at 7300 Jefferson Boulevard.

As with all South Central Regional Forums, Code Enforcement officers and 7th Division LMPD officers will be available to answer individual questions. September’s special guest will be the Legal Aid Society. Legal Aid will conduct a 30-minute presentation about legal services. After the presentation, participants will be able to meet one-on-one with an attorney and ask civil legal questions, if the person qualifies for Legal Aid services.

“We are happy to bring our constituents to the South Central Regional Library to gather information from Legal Aid. Our hope is to bring them timely topics and speakers close to home,” says Madonna Flood (D-24).

“The regional forums are a great way of bringing government to the people.  Attendees have direct, and informal contact with their elected representatives, and to the directors of agencies and programs that are available to our south Louisville residents,” says Mark Fox (D-13).

“I’m happy we are able to start the South Central Regional Forums up again.  They bring access to government agencies and non-profit groups who are usually based downtown to residents out in our community,” says James Peden (D-23).

About Legal Aid Society

The Legal Aid Society was established in 1921 and is the oldest of Kentucky's legal services programs. The Legal Aid Society's mission is to pursue justice for people in poverty, which they accomplish by providing free, civil legal assistance.

Equal access to justice is the unifying theme of civil legal assistance.  That concept requires a civil legal assistance system that provides equal access to the justice system without regard to a person's economic status. Mere access to services or advice, however, is not enough. The civil legal assistance provided must offer substantive help and advocacy that achieves fair results. In short, legal services providers must be capable of offering legal help that meets the level of need in the community.

More information is available online:

WHAT:     South Central Regional Forum

WHEN:     Wednesday, September 21, at 6:00 p.m.

WHERE:   South Central Regional Library

                  7300 Jefferson Boulevard, 40219

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