Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson says he’s pleased with the U.S. House’s $825 billion stimulus proposal.
Residents of Louisville’s Urban Services District will no longer receive mailed reminders about junk pickup.
Louisville’s mayor says it’s been a tough year for the city – and he expects 2009 may be even tougher. Louisville was hit by one of the worst snowfalls in decades early in the year, and later experienced the largest power outage in its history, caused by a windstorm on the eve of the Ryder… Continue reading 2008 a Challenging Year for Louisville
Louisville Metro Government’s rainy day fund, social services and employment have not been touched in the final round of budget cuts for this fiscal year.
The U.S. Census Bureau needs workers for the 2010 census beginning in the spring of 2009. The Bureau has announced it will open offices in Lexington and Louisville, hiring up to a thousand full and part time workers for the temporary jobs in each location.
Louisville Metro Government is facing an additional $13.4 million budget hit next fiscal year.
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson will use pay reductions and work furloughs to cut more than $2 million from the city budget.
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson is expected to announce revisions to the city budget this morning.
Budget cuts are looming for Louisville Metro Government. An announcement from the mayor about a budget shortfall is expected on Monday.
If you are a Louisville native (or really, if you’ve lived here for any amount of time), you’ve heard of Kosair Children’s Hospital. Maybe you’ve been here long enough to hear it referred to as Kosair Crippled Children’s Hospital. And many of us have been past the old building on Eastern Parkway. But have you ever stopped to wonder, what is it that they actually do for children? Listen to the Show