Louisville Clock Close to Home at Theater Square

The old Louisville Clock may be close to finding a new home at Theater Square on Fourth Street. Mayor Greg Fischer has the final say on where the clock is placed and spokesman Chris Poynter says Theater Square is the target location right now. “I think right now this seems to be the preferred location for everyone… Continue reading Louisville Clock Close to Home at Theater Square

Pecha Kucha Gathering Ideas, Followers

Louisville’s fourth Pecha Kucha Night was Tuesday, and Mayor Greg Fischer says he is eager for the next one. The Mayor, who has attended all but one of the events, also had most of his staff present Tuesday at 21c Hotel to try and help them generate ideas. “So I’m really trying to get the… Continue reading Pecha Kucha Gathering Ideas, Followers

Community Action Partnership Announces New Small Business Loans

Mayor Greg Fischer today announced the first fifteen loans granted by a new Metro Government program, the Community Action Partnership Enterprise.  The program provides small business loans for micro enterprises, which are business with five or fewer employees. The awards totaled $100,000.  If a business remains in operation for a year after the award, the… Continue reading Community Action Partnership Announces New Small Business Loans

Government Officials Announce $22 Million Sheppard Square Revitalization Loan

US Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan was in Louisville today to announce a $22 million grant to revitalize the Sheppard Square public housing development and the surrounding community. The grant is part of the Hope VI program and will be used to raze the current development and replace it with mixed-income… Continue reading Government Officials Announce $22 Million Sheppard Square Revitalization Loan