Louisville’s Metro Council will consider public comments received Tuesday from supporters and opponents who staked their positions during a committee hearing on proposed changes to the city’s landmarks ordinance. The proposal would give the council more control over what becomes a historic landmark and would require at least 51 percent of residents who sign a… Continue reading Large Turnout for Public Hearing on Louisville’s Landmarks Ordinance
The preservation group Neighborhood Planning and Preservation is now drafting boundaries it plans to propose as the new Downtown Preservation District. NPP said the boundaries are fair, but there is some concern. “I think the proposal for the downtown zone that was described is much, much, much too large,” said Councilman Tom Owen, whose district… Continue reading Proposal for Downtown Historic District Takes First Steps
Shelbyville residents who turned up to vote at the fairgrounds may have supported different candidates. But regardless of their party affiliations, many agreed the economy ranked as their top concern.