Louisville Metro Government has updated its website in accordance with an e-transparency ordinance passed in April.
An ordinance will be introduced at Thursday’s Louisville Metro Council meeting calling for the creation of an online searchable database of all city revenues and expenditures. Co-sponsor Ken Fleming says he and fellow Councilman Hal Heiner plan to launch the e- transparency website using their office discretionary funds, but it would eventually be taken over […]
Two Louisville Metro Councilmen say they’ll propose an ordinance that would create a searchable database containing all Metro Government revenues and expenditures. Republicans Hal Heiner and Ken Fleming say they’ll tap into their office expense funds to share the ten-thousand dollar cost of launching the so-called e-transparency initiative, with the expectation that Metro Government would […]