Mayor Greg Fischer says he plans to have his budget proposal ready to present to the Metro Council by late May.
Louisville Metro Government will borrow ten million dollars from the Louisville Water Company to settle its lawsuit with firefighters. The city owes retired firefighters 14.2 million dollars because of years of miscalculated overtime.
Dharma Construction Services specializes in projects for the senior care industry, such as critical care and physical therapy units.
“Those of us who love Louisville – as I do and you do – need honest dialogue about our strengths and our challenges.”
Mayor Fischer’s State of the City Address today will focus on job growth and a projected budget deficit for Louisville Metro Government.
The project, now estimated at $4.1 billion, would build two new Ohio River bridges in Jefferson County and rebuild Spaghetti Junction.
In his inaugural address, Fischer called on Louisvillians to strive to make the city the best it can be.
“I’m honored and I’m humbled to be your new mayor and I look forward to working with you as your partner as we move together,” Fischer said during a brief address.