The Louisville Metro Ethics Commission will hold a hearing this week on an ethics complaint filed against Metro Councilwoman Judy Green.
The complaint was filed by retired police officer and activist Ray Barker, Senior, who ran unsuccessfully for Green’s First District seat in last year’s Democratic primary.
Retired police officer Ray Barker Sr.—who challenged Green in the Democratic primary for her seat last year—filed the complaint with the Metro Ethics Commission. He’s seeking Green’s resignation over her involvement in a summer jobs program that, according to auditors, benefited some of her relatives.
The Metro Planning Commission held a public hearing on the proposal, and on September 16th will turn over its findings to the Metro Council. The body has the final say on whether the street will be renamed.
A public hearing will be held Thursday afternoon on the proposed renaming of 34th Street in Louisville. The Metro Planning Commission is accepting comment on a plan to rename the street Louis Coleman Jr. Boulevard.
by Gabe Bullard The race for the First District Metro Council seat in Louisville could be decided Tuesday. Only two candidates have filed to run for the seat. Both are Democrats and will face each other in Tuesday primary. Incumbent Judy Green is a member of the council’s budget committee. She also recently helped steer […]