A witness at an upcoming ethics hearing involving Louisville Metro Councilwoman Judy Green claims the city lawmaker paid several children who did not participate in her summer jobs program.
The Louisville Metro Ethics Commission voted to continue the hearing involving Councilwoman Judy Green until April 28, over the objections of her attorney.
A hearing on the ethics charges against Louisville Metro Councilwoman Judy Green begins today. The embattled city lawmaker has been accused of using a city-funded summer jobs program to benefit members of her family. WFPL’s Phillip Bailey will post updates to Twitter from the hearing.
A hearing on the ethics charges against Louisville Metro Councilwoman Judy Green is scheduled for later this week, but a new complaint filed against the councilwoman last week could extend the case.
A new ethics complaint has been filed against Louisville Metro Councilwoman Judy Green that alleges she broke council rules by instructing a non-profit group to reroute money to other agencies. Activist Ed Springston formally entered the charges with the Ethics Commission on Friday, saying the embattled city lawmaker should be removed from office.
The Louisville Metro Ethics Commission expanded a complaint against Councilwoman Judy Green to include the charge of nepotism, but did not act on an accusation that she circumvented council rules by instructing a non-profit group to reroute money to other agencies.
Residents of Louisville’s 1st Metro Council District are troubled as charges against Councilwoman Judy Green continue to mount.
The complaint was filed by retired police officer Ray Barker, Junior, who ran unsuccessfully for Green’s seat in last year’s Democratic primary. It involves her handling of a council grant for a summer jobs program. Green has denied any wrongdoing.