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4TH OF JULY PARADE



Join us on Sunday July 3rd 3:00-5:00 pm for a parade and after party.
The parade will begin at the corner of Kinloch and Beechwood Roads and end at Woodlawn Park City Hall.
If you would like to join in the fun please be at the staging area by 3:00 pm.
You can walk, ride your bike, pull a wagon or push a stroller.
Let your imagination run free with your patriotic decorations.
There will be music, treats, face painting and more at the end of the parade
(you don't have to be in the parade to join in the fun at City Hall.)
See you then...unless rain cancels!
For more information:
Angie Weismiller or Ann McDermott

502-895-6620 (leave message)


Metro Yard Waste Regulations



Yard waste collection outside theLouisville Metro Urban Service District


Effective January 1, 2015, yard waste set out for collection must be in one of the following containers: reusable bin, paper yard waste bag or compostable plastic bag meeting ASTM D6400 standards.

So what is the best way to handle your yard waste? Louisville's Waste Management District recommends citizens use the following methods for handling yard waste, in order of preference:

• Most Recommended: For a healthier, greener lawn utilize leaf mulch, grass clippings and trimmings by returning them to the turf system.

• Second Best: Place the yard waste in 20-40 gallon reusable containers with handles (old style trash cans) to reduce the need for continual purchase of single-use bags.(Each household is allowed upto to wheeled  trash contrainers for free. You can contact Industrial Disposal for details.)

• Next Best: Place yard waste in paper bags designed for yard waste collection

• Still Works: Place yard waste in compostable plastic bags that meet ASTM D6400 standards

• For large amounts: Reduce the volume by using a lawn mower or leaf shredder before putting them in a container or utilize seasonal drop-off centers for yard waste materials.




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FOUND TREASURE





$$$ FOUND TREASURES $$$

THE KENTUCKY STATE TREASURER IS LOOKING FOR THE OWNERS 

OF STATE HELD ASSESTS.

CHECK THE LINK BELOW TO SEE IF THEY ARE HOLDING 

SOME OF YOUR LONG FORGOTTEN 

ASSESTS.

KENTUCKY STATE TREASUER

Drainage Easements

 
Reminder

  If you have a drainage easement that runs across your property you are responsible for the maintenance of the easement just as you are for the rest of your prooperty. We tend to do pretty good with easements of the front of our property, its the ones at the rear of our property that tend to get neglected (out of sight out of mind).

Tall grass and weeds along with other debris can impede the flow of water creating drainage issues. Not to mention unkept over grown areas make a great breeding ground for mosquitos  and other pest.

Let's keep the water flowing and the pest at bay!


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