Say NO to Redtail Ridge
Join Mayor Stolzmann, Matt Jones, Council Members Brown & Most and former Mayor Bob Muckle
SUPPORT a VIBRANT and SUSTAINABLE Louisville
VOTE NO on April 19th
in the Special Local Election
a NO VOTE Supports ...
Re-setting the Process
Purposeful Open Space
Small Town Character
a NO VOTE Rejects ...
New Economic Burden
Meager Open Space
New 4-Lane Roads
What is the Redtail Ridge vote about?
Redtail Ridge is a Massive, Sprawling, 390 acre Development proposed at the former StorageTek site by Brue Baukol Capital Partners, a private equity firm specializing in real estate investment.
The development includes 3.0 Million Square feet of Industrial and Commercial space (up to 3.3 Million Square feet with incentives) and Enormous Parking Lots.
The Louisville City Council turned the development appproval decision over to the voters in a Special Election being held on April 19, 2022 with a Single Question on the Ballot.
Shall Louisville Ordinance No. 1811, Series 2021, An Ordinance Approving the First Amendment to ConocoPhillips Campus General Development Plan (Redtail Ridge Master Plan), be approved?
A NO VOTE REJECTS the current Redtail Ridge Plan that will then be Revised under a Public Review Process.