Lake Louisvilla

Since: Oct 12

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#1 Oct 12, 2012
Lake Louisvilla is not as bad as people on there are making it out to be. My In-laws use to live there and I still have family living there now. The Satterly's are good honest people whol love and take care of their kids. I know them VERY well and they do not use drugs. Who ever is posting this stull is so wrong. What if the kids teachers see these posts or whoever. Please stop posting this terrible stuff about a family that truly does the best they can and is not doing illegal things much less the things they have accused of here.

These are peoples lives, this is not a playground that you run around and pass rumors. This is real life and we are adultss.
PISSEDOFF

New Albany, IN

#2 Oct 14, 2012
Sparkles is right!!! Who ever wrote thoes post are the ones who r doing wrong. The Lakers are not bad people. I know every single one of them and their familys, and have since I was a kid. The person who wrote the post is oviously the one who is doing the drug selling and has nothing better to do with their time than to talk S*** about every one else. I can think of a couple people who it could b.......... The only ones who cause trouble in that neighborhood.) Everyone I know takes care of their children, who cares if the lake isint prospect, everyone does their best........
uknow

Louisville, KY

#3 Oct 15, 2012
PISSEDOFF wrote:
Sparkles is right!!! Who ever wrote thoes post are the ones who r doing wrong. The Lakers are not bad people. I know every single one of them and their familys, and have since I was a kid. The person who wrote the post is oviously the one who is doing the drug selling and has nothing better to do with their time than to talk S*** about every one else. I can think of a couple people who it could b.......... The only ones who cause trouble in that neighborhood.) Everyone I know takes care of their children, who cares if the lake isint prospect, everyone does their best........
I think you pretty much summed it all up. My family lives there and have their whole life. I used to live there and I'm not scum nor is my family. Everyone has their down falls but the stuff that was being wrote on here is far from true. It sounds to me like somebody is jealous or they are the 1 pushing and selling drugs trying to make everybody around them look bad. Enough said...
Machtyn

Erlanger, KY

#4 Aug 29, 2013
Are the people in Lake Louisvilla willing to clean up their yards? Are they willing to fix up their houses? If we all help each other with the clean/fix up, if we can get the road widened and some trees cleared, if we can improve the dry lake bed (make a motocross area, mountain bike, zip line, something, anything, we could improve the property values by a $100,000.

But this effort would need to be agreed upon by everyone. I have a friend in the neighborhood who is doing his part, having bought and cleaned up a house. I, too, am looking at a house there.(The place needs an Internet connection, though.)
summerman

Crestwood, KY

#5 May 7, 2014
Who owns the property where the lake was? If it was purchased and cleaned up could the lake be refilled. I moved away from area as a kid in the mid 80s and remember the lake. Moved back 1 month ago and couldnt believe it was gone. What a bonehead mistake. There was major potential there. Its too bad. Our loss.
idontknow

Louisville, KY

#6 May 12, 2014
A lot of drinking, drugging, and partying goes on in the lake, and has for many years. As far as some of the suggestions, a lot of people there don't have the money to fix their houses up. But they could clean up their yards, and grow up, and stop using drugs and getting drunk every day of the week. The county should clean up the dry lake bed. But they don't need to put anything there that would draw more partying after hours. Maybe just build some decent houses in there or something.

There might be some good people living there, but there are also some bad people living there. I used to hear about a few unsolved murders there actually. I wouldn't walk through there after dark.

Since: Nov 08

Wherever kindness fails

#7 Feb 5, 2016
I drove around that lake neighborhood in the 60s. Liked it, but then I got in a minor wreck with a truck. My insurance was cancelled. So I put a curse on LL and now look at it. See what you get when you screw with the wrong guy? If it hadn't been for that incident I might have moved there and your properties would be worth hundreds of thousands $$$ by now and the lake waters would have miraculous healing properties. So sorry.
loce

Louisville, KY

#8 Feb 6, 2016
idontknow wrote:
A lot of drinking, drugging, and partying goes on in the lake, and has for many years. As far as some of the suggestions, a lot of people there don't have the money to fix their houses up. But they could clean up their yards, and grow up, and stop using drugs and getting drunk every day of the week. The county should clean up the dry lake bed. But they don't need to put anything there that would draw more partying after hours. Maybe just build some decent houses in there or something.

There might be some good people living there, but there are also some bad people living there. I used to hear about a few unsolved murders there actually. I wouldn't walk through there after dark.
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