At a University of Louisville luncheon Friday, Mayor Greg Fischer delivered a speech on the city’s race relations and outlined his vision to make the city more diverse.
Louisville MetroSafe has assumed responsibility of the Rubbertown Community Action Line after a chemical plant failed to update residents about a recent explosion.
Residents in the Rubbertown neighborhood are upset that a hotline created to alert them about chemical leaks was not updated following a plant explosion in west Louisville. The Rubbertown Community Awareness Line of Louisville is an emergency telephone notification service that was established by Metro Government in 2004. It is supposed to be updated every… Continue reading Rubbertown Residents Frustrated With Hotline Lapse
After a chemical plant explosion in the Rubbertown neighborhood that killed two workers, Louisville Metro Government officials are launching a full investigating into the incident and breakdown in communication.
The Ohio River is receding, eliminating the threat of floods for many Louisville residents. But parts of the city are still prone to floods, and not because they’re near the river.
Officials announced Friday that that old Winn-Dixie store will undergo a full renovation, including a new façade. The 44,000 square foot building’s anchor tenants will be Deals, and Citi Trends, a clothing store.
The last batch of public comments on Louisville’s bike and pedestrian master plan will be accepted Thursday. Residents of west and central Louisville have been invited to the final public forum on the plan.
A project designed to attract more businesses to west Market Street in Lousiville could begin soon. Public comment on renovation and beautification plans will be sought Tuesday evening.
After more than eighteen months, a second “Healthy in a Hurry” location has opened in Louisville.
The program seeks to make fresh fruits and vegetables available in neighborhoods where such produce is hard to find.
Half of the seats on the Louisville Metro Council are up for election this year, and some incumbent council members are facing contested primaries.