Louisville Metro Councilwoman Tina Ward-Pugh Wednesday unveiled her vision for a greener 9th district, which includes Crescent Hill, Clifton and Butchertown.
The Louisville Metro Council’s ethics workgroup has nearly finished reconciling two rewrites of the city ethics code. Only two issues remain to be ironed out. But those two issues are the most contentious.
The panel will have to decide whether the ordinance covers elected officials only, or if it extends to
Three members of the Louisville Metro Council—Democrats David Tandy and Jim King and Republican Hal Heiner—are seeking their party’s nomination in next year’s race for mayor.
The Lousiville Metro Council’s ethics workgroup will meet with the League of Women Voters Monday.
The bi-state authority appointed to oversee the long-debated Ohio River Bridges Project is set to begin meeting this month. The fourteen-member panel, with seven member each from Kentucky and Indiana, is committed to building spans in downtown Louisville and eastern Jefferson County and a reworking of Spaghetti Junction, now with an estimated cost of more than $4 billion. Opposition groups, however, are committed to fighting the project. They favor some variation of the current plan, and say the formation of an authority isn’t going to silence them.
Four members of a bi-state bridges authority have been approved.
The Louisville Metro Council’s accountability and oversight committee Wednesday held the first of two consecutive meetings focusing on Metro Animal Services director Dr. Gilles Meloche.
The Louisville Metro Council is requesting four public hearings be held prior to the creation of a bi-state authority for the Ohio River Bridges Project.
The Louisville Metro Council is set to pass an ordinance authorizing the creation of an Ohio River Bridges Authority tonight, but several council members want to change the ordinance to limit the authority’s power.