Following is the text from the Winter, 2012, City of Indian Hills Newsletter:

HARD TO BELIEVE THAT ANOTHER YEAR HAS PASSED! THE CITY COUNCIL AND THE MAYOR WISH YOU HAPPY HOLIDAYS AND A VERY HAPPY, HEALTHY 2013.

2012 was another good year for Indian Hills. No major storms, not much snow removal and we have operated within our budget. No fiscal cliff for Indian Hills on the horizon.

F.Y.I.

  • Election Results

    As we mentioned in the October Newsletter, two of our nine board members decided not to run for reelection. The two new board members elected by the citizens of Indian Hills to replace them are Lee Garlove and David Kraft. Both of these individuals will be sworn into office late this month, and we look forward to working with them. Congratulations to all those elected and our thanks to all who voted.

  • Octoberfest

    What can we say? A huge success! A lot of hard work by a number of people especially by our Public Works Director Jim Graven and our food catered by Sashee Gaslin, formerly of Doll's Market. With these two people involved and working together, how could it NOT be a success?

    We always have this event on the first Sunday of October, and that means next year it will be October 6, 2013. Please mark your calendar!

  • Shredding

    Shredding has become a very popular event within our City and we once again thank Wilson & Muir Bank for providing this service each year at no cost to us.

  • City Tax Bills

    As we feel sure you know, the tax bills were mailed to each homeowner in the middle of October and need to be paid by January 1 in order to receive the 12-1/2% discount. You may remember from previous years, these bills are mailed to the address as it appears with the Jefferson County Property Value Administrator, and if someone else pays, such as a mortgage company or a bank, you need to forward the bill to them.

    The face amount is due by February 1, 2013.

  • Poplar Hill Property

    It has been some time since we reported on the Turner property. A resident and our City appealed the ruling from a Jefferson Circuit Judge permitting the owner to build 12 homes on the property located just off of Blankenbaker Lane. Both sides have submitted briefs and the case is pending before the Court of Appeals of Kentucky. Often, but not always, the Court of Appeals schedules oral argument before deciding a case. The Court has not scheduled oral argument in this case and it will probably be several more months before the Court decides this case.

COPS CORNER
By Chief Kelly W. Spratt

CRIME/COLLISION TRENDS

In the September 2012 Newsletter, we included crime data which showed a significant decrease in most categories, compared to the same time period in 2011. This data has been updated to include all crimes committed through the month of November. As you can see, we continue to see the lower numbers. As a side note, no criminal cases were reported during the entire month of November.

HOLIDAY CRIME

The Department usually sees an increase in crimes during the Holidays, mostly n thefts from autos. The offenders are known to target cars from out-of-town guests of with gifts stored inside. Please keep yourself from becoming a victim by removing all valuables from your vehicle and reporting ANY suspicious activity by immediately calling our dispatch at 893-2677 or 911.

HOLIDAY WISHES

On behalf of the Indian Hills Police Department, I would like to wish everyone a safe and joyous holiday season. See you in 2013.


The Board Meeting Schedule and garbage collection schedule for 2013 are attached to this newsletter. As you know, the City regularly meets on the third Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m. at the Louisville Boat Club. These are open meetings, and visitors are welcome.

HAVE A HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY AND A SAFE AND PROSPEROUS 2013!


CITY OF INDIAN HILLS
2013 MEETING SCHEDULE
6 P.M. LOUISVILLE BOAT CLUB
THIRD THURSDAY EACH MONTH

JANUARY 17, 2013
FEBRUARY 21, 2013
MARCH 21, 2013
APRIL 18, 2013
MAY 16, 2013
JUNE 20, 2013
JULY 18, 2013
AUGUST 15, 2013
SEPTEMBER 19, 2013
OCTOBER 17, 2013
NOVEMBER 21, 2013
DECEMBER 19, 2013


ECO-TECH
RESIDENTIAL HOLIDAY SCHEDULE 2013

NEW YEARS DAY - Tuesday January 1st - Will be one day late on Thursday
MEMORIAL DAY - Monday, May 27th - Will be one day late, on Thursday
INDEPENDENCE DAY - Thursday, July 4th - NO CHANGE IN PICKUP
LABOR DAY - Monday, September 2rd - Will be one day late, on Thursday
THANKSGIVING DAY - Thursday, November 28-NO CHANGE IN PICKUP
CHRISTMAS DAY - Wednesday, December 25th - Will be one day late, on Thursday