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MV November 2019


Request for Bids

Communications Franchise

The City of Meadow Vale is soliciting bids from parties interested in obtaining franchises to operate communications systems within the confines of the City of Meadow Vale, Kentucky, pursuant to Ordinance No. 19. Franchise(s) awarded pursuant to this Request for Bids will be non-exclusive and will be for a term of twenty (20) years. Bids must meet all the requirements of Ordinance No. 19, which is available in the office of the City Clerk, 9408 Blossom Ln, Ste A, Louisville KY 40241. All bids must include a completed application which is also available in the office of the City Clerk.

Sealed bids must be received no later than 1:30 p.m., local time, Thursday, 11-07-2019, at which time the bids will be opened publicly at City Hall. Sealed bid proposals should be sent to Barbara Bryant, City Clerk, at the address listed above.

The City of Meadow Vale reserves the right to accept any bid, to reject any and all bids, to waive any irregularities or informalities in awarding the franchise, and to accept what, in its opinion, is the lowest, responsive, responsible and best bid which is in the best interest of and most advantageous to the City.


AS A REMINDER, please observe the speed limit through the residential portions of Meadow Vale. Now that warmer days are here, those who walk throughout the area will appreciate drivers observing the limit. The speed limit is, primarily, a safety issue. That that speed drivers can better keep their vehicles under control, especially when pedestrians (including those walking their pets) are present on the streets.

PEDESTRIANS are also reminded that they are to walk on the side of the road facing traffic. Bicycle riders should be on the side flowing with the traffic (the opposite side of the pedestrians). When walking, go against the traffic. When riding, go with the traffic.

MV Mayor Note
Harvest Greetings, Meadow Vale!

As we move into two of the busiest months of the year, let’s remember to take time to be thankful for our neighbors and the wonderful City in which we live.
I would like to take a moment to thank Jimmy Hogan, Gary Sparks and Shannon Stafford for agreeing to serve on our joint ethics board with Rolling Hills and Westwood. It is comforting to know we have caring residents willing to share their time and expertise.

In the first couple of weeks of November you will notice work being done to the sidewalks on Hounz Lane and Tiverton Way leading to Zachary Taylor Elementary School. Please be patient and understanding during this process as the sidewalks are repaired and updated.

If you are aware of any resident within the City needing assistance during the holiday season, please contact City Hall at (502) 412-5500 or one of the city commissioners. Our individual contact information is located in the newsletter.

I continue to enjoy representing our City and appreciate all who contribute to the goodwill of the neighborhood.

~ Mayor Hornek



Worth Quoting

A grateful heart is a happy heart.



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