Metro Councilman Kelly Downard says the soon-to-be-open city auditor position should be filled by someone with the right amount of experience and with independence from both branches of government.
Louisville Metro Internal Auditor Mike Norman is retiring effective May 1, opening a key position in Metro government.
A Louisville Metro Council panel discussed ways to improve the oversight of grant money that could significantly change the way non-profit organizations receive city funds if the new policies are adopted.
Residents of Louisville’s 1st Metro Council District are troubled as charges against Councilwoman Judy Green continue to mount.
Phillip M. Bailey is most recently a reporter for LEO Weekly, where he has established a reputation as an exceptional government, political and investigative journalist.
“We wanted someone with the tenacity to cover stories that often develop slowly, and the ability to interpret complicated and arcane issues in a way our audience can understand,” said Todd Mundt, Vice President and Chief Content Officer. “We couldn’t be more pleased to welcome Phillip to the team.”
The city has given a $100 thousand low-interest loan and $20 thousand forgivable loan to a southern food and seafood establishment at Second and Main streets.