May 22 2015 Cultural Pass returns to keep kids learning, growing over the summer

The hugely popular Cultural Pass, created last year to keep children learning and exploring over the summer, is back with an expanded list of participating attractions Mayor Greg Fischer announced today.

May 22 2015 President Tandy and the Louisville Vacant Property Campaign host community forum on reusing vacant property

If you have an interest in the reuse of vacant property, you may not know all the issues involved or what tools are available to turn that vacant property back into an asset to a neighborhood. President David Tandy (D-4) and the Louisville Vacant Property Campaign announce a free public forum on Tuesday, May 28th designed to help people with the issues and methods involved in reusing vacant property.

May 22 2015 Councilman Owen calls on community to support “Save Our Center” fundraiser

For the time being, the doors to the Douglass Community Center remain open but for how long? Councilman Tom Owen (D-8) is calling for the community’s help in ensuring the doors stay open for many years to come

May 21 2015 Councilman James welcomes Coco’s Cakes to West Oak Street on Saturday, May 23rd

Councilman David James (D-6) will join Mayor Greg Fischer on Saturday, May 23rd to officially welcome Coco’s Cakes to 501 West Oak Street during an official ribbon cutting ceremony at 10:30am

May 21 2015 Mayor Fischer announces plan to save all or parts of old Water Company building

Mayor Greg Fischer today announced a plan to save all or parts of the old Water Company Building and pledged city money to help in the effort.

The Mayor said his team — along with Craig Potts, the state’s historic preservation officer, and preservation leaders including the National Trust for Historic Preservation and Preservation Louisville — have been meeting to discuss options.