Nope. Zilch. Cerro. Not a word.
But there's this, as it pertains to the construction of a recreational complex at the old Hoosier Panel property:
“I feel really good about what that’s going to do to the property values in that area, and again it’s an improvement to the quality of life in New Albany,” Gahan said of the recreational center.
If you live on or near one of downtown New Albany's one-way arterial streets, which are not sufficiently important to be so much as mentioned in this interview, isn't about time you began using the Q(uality of Life) word and asking City Hall and various boards that dictate infrastructure:
But what about OUR quality of life and property values?
It seems increasingly evident that they're not going to mention it to you, first. Why? Because is question they wish not to here, much less reply to.
Read it and weep. Louisville's supposedly Possibility City. I believe this makes us Oblivious City.
STATE OF NEW ALBANY: Gahan reflects, looks ahead; Mayor reaches midway point of term, by Daniel Suddeath (News and Tribune)
The next two years will be busy in terms of projects and improvements to New Albany, Gahan said.
There’s a planned expansion of the downtown Farmers Market, the establishment of a dog park and a project slated for this summer to rebuild some of the city’s flood gates and controls for the first time in 60 years.
Gahan also hinted that the administration plans on working with the council to update zoning codes in 2014.
An estimated $1.8 million project to improve Main Street is also scheduled for this year. Gahan said the administration is also moving forward with design plans to upgrade McDonald Lane.
He credited city employees for being dedicated to their jobs, and thanked New Albany residents for giving him a chance to serve.
“New Albany is a really great place to live when you compare it to other communities,” Gahan said. “I think what really sets us apart is we have a strong mix of friendly people.”