Fischer said earlier this month that he will essentially ask all of the department heads to re-apply for their jobs. Last week, his team sent letters to those employees asking them for information, including their resumes. Fischer says he’s not sure when any decisions will be made on who to retain.
Louisville Metro Government is one step closer to re-opening Otter Creek Park under the control of a private operator.
Friday is the last of four furlough days for Metro Government this fiscal year. But, more furloughs will likely be built into the next budget.
Louisville Metro Government is preparing to send out bid proposals to rebuild and widen the Harrods Creek Bridge.
Friday is the third of four furlough days for many Louisville Metro Government employees, but more furlough days may be imposed next year.
Louisville Metro Government is taking bids for private contractors to help city crews clean up debris from January’s ice storm.
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson says hiring retired staff members does not cost the city extra money.
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson has brought the city’s former chief financial officer out of retirement to run a new office.
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.
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.