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MV May 2021



Invitation for Bid

The City of Meadow Vale is seeking bids for Road Resurfacing and Minor Repairs for certain roads within the City. Specifications can be obtained and bids submitted by contacting Mark Madison at markmadison@milestonedesign.org, to whom the bids must be submitted no later than the bid opening date and time of 1:30 p.m. on the 19th day of April, 2021, at 108 Daventry Lane, Suite 300, Louisville, Kentucky, 40223. Due to the current situation with Covid-19, the bids will be open and read (via “Zoom”) promptly at 1:30 pm. The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids. The winning bidder will be the lowest and best bid.

Whipps Mill Road Closure at Hurstbourne Parkway

Construction is scheduled to begin this summer on a project closing the west side of the Whipps Mill Road/Hurstbourne Parkway intersection. A cul-de-sac will be constructed so that there will be no vehicular access to Hurstbourne Parkway from that direction. This project also includes replacing much of the existing sidewalk along the north side of Whipps Mill Road due to it not meeting current ADA standards. The primary reason for this project is the poor visibility to oncoming traffic for motorists turning on Hurstbourne Parkway, particularly those headed north.

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MV Caring Neighbors
Any resident needing assistance with
food, utility or rent expenses, is asked
to contact city hall for a list of
available resources. There are many
options to help residents during this
pandemic and the winter months.

Meadow Vale City Hall:
(502) 412-5500

Meadow Vale Mayor:
(502) 593-1206

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Stay alert when driving or walking throughout the city.
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Remember to walk facing on-coming traffic.

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MV Mayor Note
Summer is approaching and June will be here within four weeks. The annual observance of summer presents us with some opportunities for all of us in Meadow Vale.

The City Commission is working on the budget and tax rate for the fiscal year 2021-22. The current year's budget has been amended to reflect actual changes in revenue and expenses. The action will be placed on the website after the second reading in the commission meeting in May.

Street paving will begin soon. Announcements will be sent out when the areas are scheduled. Your awareness and understanding of this activity will be appreciated.

Chief Spann, Sergeant Wilder and Officer Peters have stayed busy and have gone above and beyond to secure and service our City during the pandemic. This has come with a reduction of hours and coverage from LMPD. Of course, the safety and well-being of our residents and officers are a priority. Please show your support with a smile and “thank you” when see them around town.

We have two, new members on our City Commission. I thank each of them for stepping up to take on the responsibility that goes with the position. I look forward to working with Commissioner Sandra Dittmer and Commissioner Schroeder. Both are long-time residents of Meadow Vale and have a desire to help keep our City a wonderful place to live.

I am especially thankful for the residents who have helped their neighbors during the past year of the the pandemic. Your kindness and thoughtfulness has not gone unnoticed.

As things begin to return to normal, please remember to continue to be a good neighbor when walking through the subdivision. This is truly important for dog walkers; please clean up after your pet. Most importantly; slow down and look out for the many walkers, runners, and children playing. The speed limit throughout the residential area is 20 mph.

Enjoy Derby, Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, Graduations and all the special events the month of May brings into our lives.

~ Mayor Hornek

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Worth Quoting

"The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched – they must be felt with the heart."

— Helen Keller

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Important information about COVID-19 is provided below. Dealing with the coronavirus pandemic in an appropriate manner is vitally important for our immediate future. This website will be updated, as appropriate, concerning the residents of Meadow Vale and the surrounding area.


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