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Conversation with 10th District Councilmember Amanda Mays Bledsoe

inaugural ceremony: councilmember amanda mays bledsoe

Join the 10th District Councilmember, Amanda Mays Bledsoe, at the Beaumont Branch Library on February 4th for “Conversation with a Councilmember.”

From 6:30 pm until 8:30 pm, come out and enjoy hot chocolate and desserts while you have a chat with your councilmember.

Bledsoe wants residents to stop by to talk about local government and hear any feedback on the community, or just stop by to say hello.

On January 6, 2019, Amanda Mays Bledsoe took her Oath of Office at the Inauguration Ceremony held in the newly renovated Gatton Student Center at the University of Kentucky.

The 10th district includes the following active neighborhood associations: Beaumont, Firebrook, Deerfield, Dogwood Trace, Southland Park (includes former Twin Oaks), Harrods Hill, Harrodsview, Hill N Dale, Lexington Oaks, Mitchell Avenue, Palomar Hills Community, Palomar Townhomes, Plantation, Rosemill, Southland  Association, Cave Hill, and Clement Heights.

The 10th district has six public parks: Dogwood Trace Park, Harrods Hill Park, Cardinal Run North Park, Hill N Dale Park, Beaumont Park, and Southland Park. Schools in the district include Dunbar High School, Beaumont Middle School, Rosa Parks Elementary School, and Clays Mill Elementary School.

Councilmember Bledsoe hosts regular meetings in the district. For future meetings subscribe to her newsletter and/or follow the 10th district on Facebook.


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