Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson says he’s disappointed in some city employee unions for rejecting for rejecting cost-cutting measures.
Several members of the Louisville Metro Council budget committee are encouraging Mayor Jerry Abramson to tap into the rainy day fund to help shore up a $20 million deficit.
Local union leaders are asking Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson to provide more details about the city’s projected $20 million budget deficit.
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson met with the head of the Fraternal Order of Police at 2:00 Tuesday .
Meade County’s Judge Executive says Otter Creek Park could re-open, if some of it could be used for commercial purposes.
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson has announced $3.4 million in service cuts to help close a $20 million budget shortfall. They include the closing of libraries and community centers one day per week, eliminating street and road paving for the rest of the fiscal year and reducing grants to arts groups by fifty percent. “I’m not… Continue reading Mayor Announces Cuts In Services
Administrators at the University of Louisville say they have a rough idea of how to meet the governor’s proposed spending cuts.
Sure, the end-of-the-year holidays have significant meaning for different faiths, but this time is also when arts organizations take stock of their current season…and plan for the next. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer reports on how the current economy is factoring into what we might see and hear in the future. Summer’s high fuel costs and the… Continue reading Arts Groups Watch, Plan for Economic Fallout
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson says every city employee union should be prepared for cuts.
Louisville Police Chief Robert White is asking the police union to once again to consider department budget cuts proposed by Metro Government.