Dozens of participants in the Work Now Kentucky program have cleaned up more than 630 vacant lots across Louisville since early July. Mayor Jerry Abramson says there are thousands of vacant lots in the city that need attention.
Lousville Mayor Jerry Abramson says there have been no major problems in the wake of the latest winter storm to move across the region. Abramson says road crews were out ahead of the snowfall early Monday and will continue to target slick roads in the aftermath. This is the seventh winter weather event of the… Continue reading City, State Crews Clearing Roads
Louisville Metro Government and state transportation officials say they’re well prepared to clear area roads of snow and ice this coming winter. Louisville Public Works Director Ted Pullen says more than 250 employees from four city agencies will coordinate snow removal, with a fleet of 135 vehicles. There’s shortage of road salt in some U.S.… Continue reading Officials Say Road Crews Are Ready For Winter