The Louisville Metro Council’s Accountability and Oversight Committee has begun discussing a proposal for mayoral term limits.
The 2.5 million dollar renovation plan will turn parts of the area southwest of downtown into a green-industry corridor to attract environmentally friendly jobs and industries.
The plan calls for the 14 hundred acre area southwest of downtown to be made more environmentally friendly through infrastructure improvements and incentives to attract green-collar jobs.
The Louisville Downtown Development Corporation will host a public meeting Monday to get input on possible changes to downtown streets.
An upscale grocery store and deli have opened in downtown Louisville, and its developers are hoping to start a trend of new businesses on 4th Street.
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.
Construction on the Harrods Creek Bridge will resume Friday morning.
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.