For almost 50 years, he has been a strong advocate for the preservation of the Old Louisville area. On Thursday, President David James (D-6) will honor the work and dedication of Herb Fink by officially dedicating an honorary street sign in the area he loves so well.
“It is hard to imagine how Old Louisville would look today had Herb Fink not been here to work with the Old Louisville Neighborhood Council and others,” says President James. “He has made it his goal to keep this part of history of our city alive for all of us to see and enjoy.”
On Thursday, March 14th President James will join family, friends and neighbors of Herb Fink to unveil an honorary Street sign at 2:00pm at Third and the SW Corner of Lee Streets.
In February, the Metro Council gave unanimous approval to an honorary street sign to thank Mr. Fink for his work and dedication. Honorary street signs have been erected between Second and Third Street at Lee to read “Herb Fink Way.”
“We in Old Louisville owe a great deal to Herb. Not only for his desire to see many buildings historically preserved in this neighborhood but Central Park would not be the jewel it is without his work with Metro Parks to enhance it for all of us to enjoy,” says President James. “Thank you, Herb from all of us in Louisville Metro.”
For more information about the Herb Fink Sign Unveiling, contact President James office at 574-1106.