The Louisville Metro Council unanimously approved a final redistricting map in Thursday night’s full council meeting. The ordinance will now head to Mayor Greg Fischer for final approval. Redistricting is required by state law every 10 years to see every district is fairly represented. This is the first time the merged Metro Government has undergone… Continue reading Louisville Metro Council Unanimously Approves Final Redistricting Map
All 26 of the Louisville Metro Council’s proposed new districts have been redrawn and released to the public Friday. Version 10-C refers to the draft number. Earlier this week version 10-A was reviewed and was found to have complied with the 1965 Voting Rights Act, giving fair representation to minorities. The redistricting committee is now beginning… Continue reading All 26 Proposed Louisville Metro Redistricting Maps Now Available
Louisville metro will recycle and turn into mulch nearly six tons of Christmas trees after the holidays. If you live in the urban services district, or the older part of the city, you can set your tree out on the curb for pick up, and it will be recycled.
The update gives Louisville a population of just over 709,264. A study from the Washington D.C. based group Social Compact says at least 45,000 citizens weren’t counted in that update, and city officials agree.
The search for a new Louisville Metro Corrections chief will go on for at least a couple of weeks while Mayor Jerry Abramson wraps up interviews for the position. Current Corrections Director Tom Campbell announced his retirement last month. His last day is tomorrow. Mayor’s office spokesperson Kerri Richardson says about two dozen people applied… Continue reading Louisville Continues Search For Corrections Chief