State of the News

by Laura Ellis on March 25, 2011

STATE OF AFFAIRS 03/25/11: It’s been a busy news week & we’ll talk about it all on State of the News. An explosion in Rubbertown and a hazardous leak in Butchertown have many residents calling for improvements to the emergency response system. The interim director of Louisville Metro Animal Services has stepped down with no replacement yet selected. Also exiting is Allan Cowen, who announced his retirement as CEO of the Fund for the Arts, effective at the end of April. Join us for these metro stories, plus a check-in on the Kentucky & Indiana General Assemblies.

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Robin Silverman March 28, 2011 at 11:04 pm

I listened with interest to the “State of the News” segment on Friday, March 25th. One of the guests announced that there are no grocery stores in downtown Louisville. This statement is false. First Link Discount Foods is a 25,000 square foot supermarket that has been serving downtown Louisville residents since the 1940’s. This full-service grocery store is located at 431 East Liberty Street, near the corner of Preston and Liberty. Please correct this information for your listeners.

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