The Jefferson County District Court has reorganized itself in order to cut down wait times and overcrowding. Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Lisabeth Hughes Abramson hailed the changes as necessary and innovative. “Change is never easy,” says Abramson “but sometimes change is necessary and I am pleased to note that those who have been involved in… Continue reading District Court System Announces Changes
A display commemorating Abramson’s work on the waterfront and the new arena was unveiled Friday at the corner of 2nd and Main streets. Abramson says the developments at that corner are an important part of his legacy.
Louisville Metro Government has released a traffic plan for this weekend’s Eagles concert.
The concert is the first event at the new KFC Yum! Center.
The last time Mayor Abramson joined us in studio, the state didn’t have a budget and neither did the city. Well, the money’s been allocated for both, so what stayed and what got cut? Join us on Tuesday when we talk to Mayor Abramson about how Louisville is faring in the down economy and we’ll find out what’s going on around the Metro. Join us with your questions for Mayor Abramson. Listen to the Show
Louisville Metro Government has been handed another legal defeat in its attempts to collect fees on take-home police cars. On Wednesday, a Jefferson Circuit judge upheld a state Labor Cabinet decision in favor of the police officers, and blocking the city from collecting the fees.
Mayor Jerry Abramson hired White in 2003, and the mayor sees White as part of his legacy. But with Abramson leaving office at the end of the year, White has applied for jobs in other cities. He was passed over this week for a job in Atlanta, and now he says he will stay in Louisville at least through the fall election.
A three million dollar renovation project for the area underneath the Clark Memorial Bridge is underway.
Revenues for Metro Government have risen slightly this year, but as WFPL’s Gabe Bullard reports, the increase isn’t enough to significantly bolster the city’s budget.
This year’s event will begin 10 am on May 31st at Waterfront Park. The track goes from the park, through Old Louisville, to Iroquois Park and back.
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson says changes to metro government are underway following a report from the State Auditor.