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Shakespeare in the Park


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Kentucky Shakespeare is proud to announce its 6-actor, 80-minute production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” will be coming to Hounz Lane Park on Sunday, May 6 at 6:30 p.m. Audience members are invited to bring their own chairs, blankets, and picnics for this free, family-friendly community event. Other productions are scheduled should you miss this one. For a listing of all performances this spring, please visit www.kyshakespeare.com.

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Do you know of a positive, fun fact or interesting story regarding the history of Meadow Vale? Or, do you have any photos from years past involving life in Meadow Vale? If so, please contact Pat Teeter, the City’s Administrative Assistant, during regular office hours at City Hall.

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Strategic Planning

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Worth Quoting

“The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.”

Vince Lombardi


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MV Mayor Note
Greetings,

Each spring is a busy time for the city as well as for me, personally. It, however, brings with it the opportunity to change and engage. The Commissioners and I trust you are enjoying spring break and had a wonderful Easter season.

The City’s commission, employees, and police officers started the year with training. The intention is to assist us in keeping knowledgeable about our roles and tasks while staying in compliance with regard to Commonwealth regulations.

Our Volunteer Dinner was held on Saturday, March 24th. It had the largest attendance to date. I would like to thank Commissioner Cathy Morrow and the Social Advisory Committee in putting together the dinner for our volunteers. We are pleased and fortunate to have many wonderful residents who are willing to give so freely of their time and talent to make us one of the more desirable communities in Louisville Metro. I personally appreciate each one of our volunteers immensely. No matter the size of the city, it is the residents who reflect the neighborhood. We have some of the best volunteers.

I want to thank the residents who have stepped up to volunteer to be part of a two-day summit on strategic planning for our city. This is yet another group of residents willing to share their time and professional experience with residents of the City.

As we move into summer, please be cautious and aware of children playing, runners jogging in the streets, and the many walkers on the roadway throughout the neighborhood.

As we advance into the election season there will be many comments made and some propaganda arise. So that the truth may always be known, residents and business owners are always welcome to attend a meeting of the Commission and ask questions. Of course, it is also possible for concerned individuals to stop by city hall any time during office hours to inquire about city happenings.

On a personal note, several residents have asked if I will run for re-election. At this time, I have not made a decision. When I do an announcement will be made here only as a point of information. In the meantime, we have a full City Commission that is respectful of each member and works well together. Per Kentucky statutes, each position will be open for election in 2018 and I do wish each of them the best and believe their decisions regarding service to the City will be made with each resident in mind.

You are welcome to email me regarding your concerns or comments at:
mayor@cityofmeadowvale.org.

~ Mayor Hornek



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