Louisville Metro Council President Tom Owen says while an expansion of city services into the suburbs didn’t happen on his watch, that doesn’t mean it’s out of the question.
Visitors to Louisville’s City Hall can now use the building’s front door. The 6th Street entrance has been re-opened, and one city lawmaker says it’s an important symbol for the city.
The two candidates for Louisville Metro Mayor met for another debate Thursday, this time at the Rotary Club’s weekly meeting. The candidates spent several minutes discussing the politics of independent candidate Jackie Green’s decision to endorse Democrat Greg Fischer.
Crews will spend the next month refurbishing the front entrance to Louisville City Hall. The work is part of a plan to improve security in the building.
Louisville Metro Council President Tom Owen says he will soon appoint a new committee. The ad hoc panel will be tasked with figuring out how to expand urban services to all of Louisville.
Family and friends gathered at St. Stephen Baptist Church in Louisville Tuesday morning to remember Metro Councilman George Unseld.
This week Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson is expected to sign an ordinance (pdf) into law to set up the city’s public art plan (pdf). WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer reports. The council unanimously passed the ordinance last week that creates a nine-member commission on public art, which will include business, civic and government leaders to oversee the… Continue reading Mayor to Sign Ordinance for Public Art Plan
Louisville Metro Councilwoman Marianne Butler says she will seek the council presidency.
Democrat Tom Owen will seek the Louisville Metro Council presidency next year.
Thursday, November 19, 2009 – Louisville Neighborhoods: History & Trivia