Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson has returned from a White House conference with his fellow mayors.
On Friday Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson will travel to Washington D.C. to meet with the president about the federal stimulus package.
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson says the city will improve oversight in the wake of a scathing audit of the Metro Housing Department.
In a precursor to his annual state of the city address, Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson discussed why Metro Government is facing budget shortfalls, and how he hopes to remedy the situation.
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson will be among 13 mayors sharing the stage Thursday with President-Elect Barack Obama as he announces the details of his economic stimulus plan.
Louisville Metro Government’s rainy day fund, social services and employment have not been touched in the final round of budget cuts for this fiscal year.
This week, Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson is in meetings with city department leaders. He’s looking for ways to cut $20 million out of the Metro Government budget. The mayor has put a freeze hiring and travel, but says cuts to employment and services may be coming soon.
Louisville Metro Government has a new corrections director. The new chief is Mark Bolton, who comes from Arizona, where he was the director of community corrections. Before that, he managed jails in Washington state and was an advisor for the Iraqi National Prison System.
The Louisville Metro Council has given Mayor Jerry Abramson a list of revisions members want to see made to the proposed Center City project. The council wants some written assurances from Baltimore-based developer Cordish Group before purchasing the last parcel of land for the project.
Louisville and Jeffersontown have received grants to improve bicycle accessibility and safety.