Please join me at the Livable Louisville Forum on Tuesday, March 30. Broken Sidewalk has teamed up with LEO Weekly to present this exciting discussion about Louisville’s greatest opportunities and challenges. A panel of experts in the fields of urban planning, architecture, development, transportation, and sustainability will share their insights on the interconnectedness of these issues.
The event runs from 6 until 7:30 p.m. at the Clifton Center at 2117 Payne Street on the corner of Clifton Avenue. A reception precedes the forum at 5:00 PM and is generously sponsored by Heine Brothers Coffee and the Bluegrass Brewing Company. There will also be a post-forum gathering at Clifton’s Pizza around the corner to dig deeper into these issues. (Don’t forget to ask for “L2” drink specials!)
The event is free and open to the public, but we’re asking you to RSVP at livablelouisville.org.
The Livable Louisville Forum will be moderated by LEO Weekly Editor Sarah Kelley and will include the following esteemed panelists:
- Gill Holland, Entrepreneur, Developer, and Film Producer
- David Morse, Transportation Advocate
- Steven Sizemore, Urban Planner
- Bill Weyland, Real Estate Developer
- Steve Wiser, AIA, Architect and Historian
This is a great time to come out and meet Broken Sidewalk readers and participate in a discussion on the future of Louisville. I hope to see you on March 30. Check out livablelouisville.org for more information.