Louisville Metro Government officials have been surveying flood damage to see if the city qualifies for federal aid. So far, they’ve come up about $1.7 million short. So far, about $600,000 has been spent to keep the city’s flood pumping stations active. An additional $100,000 will likely be required to clean and repair streets. That’s… Continue reading Louisville Officials Calculating Flood Damage, Considering FEMA Aid Request
A group of Louisville artists will have a silent auction at a local gallery tomorrow to raise money to send medical equipment to Haiti. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer has more. The artists are part of Burners Without Borders, a relief group that grew out of people who attend Burning Man, a festival in Idaho that focuses… Continue reading Local Artists Hold Fundraiser for Haiti
The Haitian Tabernacle of Louisville is planning relief efforts for the families and friends of parishioners following Tuesday’s earthquake in Haiti.
Louisville’s two flood disaster relief offices will close Thursday.