Kentucky state government has granted an extension to the Baltimore-based Cordish Company to develop its Center City project adjacent to 4th Street Live in downtown Louisville. But city officials say the extension is not a sign that the project is in distress.
The Louisville Metro Council’s Accountability and Oversight Committee has begun discussing a proposal for mayoral term limits.
Louisville Metro Councilman Hal Heiner says he’s disappointed with Attorney General Jack Conway’s opinion on the mayor’s economic development powers.
Conway has determined that Abramson has the authority to negotiate and enter into such contracts without council approval.
The Louisville Metro Council’s Government Accountability and Oversight committee is preparing to review an ordinance that increases transparency for city spending.
Louisville Metro Council President David Tandy officials will accompany Louisville’s internal auditor and economic development director on a trip to the Cordish Company’s headquarters in the coming weeks.
A bipartisan group of Metro Council members plan to introduce legislation tonight that would limit the use of leftover bond funds.
The Baltimore-based developer Cordish Company is once again the center of a disagreement between the Louisville Metro Council and Mayor Jerry Abramson.
The Baltimore-based developer Cordish Company has given up its lease in the Starks Building in downtown Louisville
Now that the Louisville Metro Council has released $12.2 million for the purchase of the so-called Water Company block, the city is moving ahead on plans for Center City.