Shanklin says there are too many abandoned and unused properties in Louisville that have fallen into states of disrepair. Shanklin says she’s working with the county attorney on legislation that would bring attention to neglected properties by publishing the owners’ names in the newspaper.
Applications will be filed Thursday morning to have the so-called Iron Quarter buildings in downtown Louisville declared local landmarks.
The fate of the so-called Iron Quarter buildings at First and Main streets will soon rest in the hands of the Waterfront Development Corporation; an emergency request to demolish the buildings has been rejected by Metro Government.
Negotiations have ended between Wayside Christian Mission and the Jefferson Community and Technical College.
by Gabe Bullard The Louisville Metro Council is poised to pass the master plan for developing the Floyds Fork area. The plan calls for two large parks, new trails and a drive connecting the parks. It cleared the planning and zoning committee Tuesday and Thursday was a topic of open discussion for the Energy and […]
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson delivered his final State of the City address today (Thursday) to the Rotary Club. As WFPL’s Gabe Bullard reports, the speech included his vision for Louisville over the next five years.
The Louisville task force that will help determine how homeless shelters are regulated will meet again Friday.
Clarksville, Indiana officials are looking to next year to find a buyer and developer for the old Colgate plant.
Talks aimed at resolving complaints involving the manager of the government-subsidized Park DuValle rental properties in west Louisville are continuing.
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels is touting a military contractor’s decision to set up operations in Indiana.