Spring 2007 Class Page
Musical Entertainment: Hokum County Braga-do-sa-do's
Catering: Karem's Catering
If you plan to attend, please RSVP to Mary Mayrose.
Watch the short video (below) about the St. Elizabeth Senior Community Center that is being established by the Schnitzelburg Area Community Council.
General Information for Spring 2007
- January 23 - April 17th
- Tuesday evenings
- 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
- The Clifton Center , 2117 Payne Street
- Dinner is provided for each Tuesday class meeting
- The class is free of charge!
- Contact information
Mary Mayrose (Program Director)
- Web address to access handouts, notes, etc… www.centerforneighborhoods.org
- All participants will be asked to create a project that they will report on to the rest of the class during the semester
* All handouts are word files unless otherwise noted.
Session 1 - January 23rd 2007
Welcome to Neighborhood Institute Spring 2007
A History of Louisville Neighborhoods with Tom Owen (Historian & Metro Council)
- No handouts this class session.
Session 3 - February 6th 2007
"Citizen's Effectiveness Toolkit" with Leslie Barras, staff attorney River Fields, Inc.
Session 4 - February 13th 2007
Metro Louisville Department of Neighborhoods with Melissa Mershon
Session 5 - February 20th 2007
"Information is Power!" - Mike O'Leary, Clifton Community Council
Session 6 - February 27th 2007
Part 1: Metro Department of Inspections, Permits, and Licenses with Bill Schreck
Part 2: Project Brainstorming
Session 7 - March 6th 2007
Part 1: Metro Department of Planning and Design with Charles Cash
Part 2: Capacity Assessment Exercises
Session 8 - March 13th 2007
Part 1: Housing Discussion with Cathy Hinko and Doug Magee of the Metropolitan Housing Coalition
Part 2: Neighborhood Institute alumni David Kaelin (Tucker Station) with attorney Steve Porter and Mike Zanone (St. Joseph)
Session 9 - March 20th 2007
Greening Your Neighborhood with Michael McCoy of the Center For Neighborhoods (Landscape Architect)
Session 10 - March 27th 2007
Part 1: Councilman Tina Ward-Pugh "Working with your Metro Government"
Part 2: Project Presentations by Class Members