Friday is the third of four furlough days for many Louisville Metro Government employees, but more furlough days may be imposed next year.
A bipartisan group of Metro Council members plan to introduce legislation tonight that would limit the use of leftover bond funds.
Louisville Metro Government is taking bids for private contractors to help city crews clean up debris from January’s ice storm.
The Baltimore-based developer Cordish Company is once again the center of a disagreement between the Louisville Metro Council and Mayor Jerry Abramson.
A new housing development has opened in downtown Louisville.
The Metro Housing Authority oversaw the redevelopment of a building at the corner of Broadway and Shelby Street. Authority Chairman Manfred Reid says the dollar project was paid for with a federal grant, and future projects will likely be developed with money from the federal stimulus package.
The last time Mayor Abramson sat down to chat with us, the city was trying to deal with a budget shortfall, cutbacks were being instituted and layoffs were still a possibility. Well here we are in March, the cutbacks are still with us and the budget is still tight, but the stimulus money should be on its way. So how are things in our fair city and what can we expect for the rest of this year? Listen to the Show
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson says hiring retired staff members does not cost the city extra money.
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson has started work on his budget proposal for the next fiscal year, and more cuts are likely.
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson has brought the city’s former chief financial officer out of retirement to run a new office.
Hundreds of millions of dollars are expected to flow into Kentucky from the federal stimulus package, and local governments are preparing to handle the influx of cash.