Former Councilwoman Green Sued Over Botched Grill

A west Louisville resident is suing former Metro Councilwoman Judy Green, alleging the dentist botched a procedure and disfigured him. According to Christopher Skillman, Green was “grossly negligent” when she installed a grill on his four front bottom teeth and that she “failed to exercise the requisite degree of care and skill required of a […]

Redistricting Discussions Resume in Some Communities

Some Louisville Metro council members are to beginning show drafts of new district boundaries this week. When conversation stalled earlier this month in the ad hoc Committee on Redistricting it was unclear when the public would see drafts of their new districts. Maps were expected to be released last month, but council members were delayed […]

Councilwoman Judy Green Is Well Enough For Monday’s Trial

The group Concerned Citizens for District One called Councilwoman Judy Green’s treatment a “lynching” on a sign-in sheet at a rally held for Green on Thursday night at Rev. Louis H. Coleman Jr. Community Center. Several community members spoke and around 50 attended, including Green and her husband James Green. Many said they were upset […]

Redrawing Louisville’s Districts: State of the News

Redistricting is underway in Louisville, but not everyone has seen drafts of the proposed changes. As WFPL’s Devin Katayama explained Friday on State of the News, one proposed change would lead to a dramatic drop in the African-American population of District 1, represented by Councilwoman Judy Green. Council members have informally agreed to wait until […]

Drafts of Redistricting Maps Raise Concerns in Metro District 1

Drafts of redistricting Louisville Metro Council seats are making their way through some districts, but because the maps change frequently, the council clerk’s office said they aren’t available online. Around 100 citizens from west Louisville were in attendance at a redistricting meeting in Metro Council District 1, said James Green, who helped organize Monday’s meeting. […]

Orchestra Announcements, Steve Jobs, Judy Green, and Beer: Today on State of the News

Segment A: We’ll talk with the WFPL news staff about this week’s stories, including the latest on the Louisville Orchestra — members of which are meeting with Mayor Greg Fischer in less than an hour. And Councilwoman Judy Green‘s attorney asks for a delay of her removal hearing, citing medical issues, but no one has […]

Green Appeals Ethics Commission Ruling

Louisville Metro Councilwoman Judy Green is appealing a recent ruling against her from the Metro Ethics Commission. Last month, the commission ruled that Green knowingly violated the city’s ethics ordinance when she ran a city-funded summer jobs program and hired members of her family. The commission recommended that Green be removed from office, and the […]

Councilwoman Judy Green Addresses Metro Council

Embattled Louisville Metro Councilwoman Judy Green addressed the council last night. Earlier this month, the Metro Ethics Commission ruled that Green committed violations in her handling of funds for a summer jobs program. Since then, five council members brought charges to begin the process of removing her from office. Last night, the Metro Council held […]