Thursday, December 17, 2009


Do not forget that tonight is the final Metro Council meeting of the year. Sure to be the hottest issue going is the election results for the PRP Board of trustees being thrown out by Abramson.

Mayoral candidate Chris Thieneman will be speaking to the Council tonight on this issue you should go. Seriously folks in PRP should be there to make sure they are heard. You can read more about the issue here: Louisville News and Politics: COUNCIL MEMBERS BLACKWELL, HENDERSON, WELCH, AND WOOLDRIDGE JUST SAY NO TO VOTERS IN PRP

Sadly, I cannot be there and address the Council myself. Of course I cannot be there because I have the MyViewMatters Radio Show to do tonight at 7 on WKJK 1080 am.

Make plans to attend and let your voice be heard!


  1. Michael Priddy will be addressing the Metro Council as well. It is time to put an end to this hypocrisy. Fire protection is a serious issue. Who better to serve than a former Firefighter of the department?

    Hey, Ms. Mattingly how about you run in a burning building a couple of times, and then you would know what the entire hullabaloo is all about.

    Mr. Blackwell and Henderson the election was not a beauty pageant, it was the citizens of PRP letting you know that Michael Priddy should represent them.

    Now is the time for you to show the citizens of PRP that you are willing to put politics aside and make the Mayor rethink his appointments when it comes to Fire Protection. I hope that the Mayor will have an epiphany and pick someone with Fire Protection experience. But then again I hear the oxygen is much to low when your nose is as high in the clouds as his.

  2. The former PRP Firefighter should be on the board! Subterfuge!


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