This is a story from WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer. Last month, Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson released a plan for public art [pdf] in the city. It came after nearly 17 months of preparation and $50,000 spent for a consultant who worked with the community to develop it. The plan now goes before the Metro Council for […]
The settlement reached last year between Louisville Metro Government and firefighters will cost the city an additional $7.2 million dollars.
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson says he faced major difficulties in 2009, but he has high hopes for next year, which will be his final year in office.
With new computers, televisions and small appliances being given and replaced this holiday season, Louisville Metro Government is trying to keep old electronic devices out of landfills.
A federal appeals court has ruled against the Louisville and Lexington governments in a case over taxes for hotel rooms booked online.
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson has scheduled four new furlough days for most Metro Government employees. The furloughs were built into the budget for the current fiscal year. But the Mayor’s decision clashes with a Metro Council request.
Public and private crews are almost finished collecting the debris from the January ice storm. The task has city officials questioning if they’ll continue to have curbside collection of severe storm debris in the future.
Louisville Metro Government has again been dealt a legal setback in its effort to collect higher fees for city take home vehicles.
Louisville Metro Government’s second furlough day is this week. On Friday, all so-called nonessential metro employees will not work or receive pay. This is the second of four furlough days designed to trim nearly $3 million from the city budget.
A restaurateur and retailer are the latest to receive small-business loans from Louisville Metro Government.