Appeals Court Sides With City In Take Home Car Dispute

The Kentucky Court of Appeals has sided with Louisville Metro Government in a dispute over employee take-home vehicles. The court reversed a circuit judge’s ruling that granted an injunction prohibiting the city fromincreasing the fees it charges police and others for the use of the vehicles. Mayor Jerry Abramson ordered the increase last month to… Continue reading Appeals Court Sides With City In Take Home Car Dispute

Judge Grants Injunction In Police Take-Home Car Dispute

A Jefferson circuit judge has granted a temporary injunction blocking Metro Government from raising the monthly fees paid by police officers and other workers for their take-home cruisers. The injunction was requested by the Fraternal Order of Police, which contends the take-home car program is part of the union’s contract with the city and can’t… Continue reading Judge Grants Injunction In Police Take-Home Car Dispute

Mayor To Unveil Budget Plan Next Week

Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson says he hopes to roll out his plan to balance the city budget early next week. Abramson and his staff are looking for ways to close a $20 million dollar shortfall in the current budget. He’s asking all city employees to give up their two-percent pay raises for the last half… Continue reading Mayor To Unveil Budget Plan Next Week