Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer spoke to hundreds of Metro Public Works and Assets employees Thursday morning to announce the results of the agency’s long-awaited audit. The report emphasizes employee safety and shuffling managers to help improve efficiency and city services. “Public Works is a quality organization with dedicated employees who keep our city running,” Fischer… Continue reading Public Works Audit Emphasizes Safety, Manager Changes
Democratic mayoral candidate Greg Fischer accepted endorsements from 29 labor unions Monday. But Fischer’s Republican opponent Hal Heiner says the candidate is not being completely honest with those groups.
Two unions, the Teamsters and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees are taking legal action against Louisville Metro Government over last year’s four unpaid furlough days for all non-emergency metro employees.
After facing its third lawsuit over last month’s budget cuts, Louisville Metro Government is now considering layoffs.