Sunday, July 19, 2009

Special Guest Commentary

The New Cut corridor has been on a steady decline for the past 50 years. The completion of the widened corridor and the courage and willingness of south Louisville investors offers an exciting to reverse this already deepening spiral. Communities across the nation are looking to gateway roads such as New Cut for creative possibilities.

This proposed development comes at an opportune moment as state and local officials look for regional enhancements that will complement Churchill Downs. Revitalizing New Cut is a strong signal that we're serious about our local small business community, quality neighborhoods and the world know ICON, Churchill Downs

I would argue the land-marking because it is a flawed process to begin with, holds land-marking to less stringent review process thus by-passing legislative approval strangles the community and leaves decision making to an elite few.

Louisville has an opportunity to be bold, be courageous and do what is right for south Louisville neighborhoods, businesses and the community



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