May 4 2015 Councilman Owen announces “Front Porch Tuesdays” returns on May 12th and 19th

With warmer days and nights ahead, May is a perfect time to start the getting out of the house and just checking on the neighbors to see what’s happening on the street where you live. To help everyone get into that practice, Councilman Tom Owen announces the return of a successful idea which brings some neighbors closer together. “Front Porch Tuesdays” return to District 8 on May 12th and 19th.

May 4 2015 2015 Spring Summer Bike Tour underway in District 8

Councilman Tom Owen is once again continuing a tradition designed to get out in District 8 and make himself more available to his constituents. Owen has kicked off his annual Spring Summer Bike Tour which will visit neighborhoods and small cities in District 8 before the Summer is over. He began with a tour last week in the Upper Highlands.

May 4 2015 District 9 presents “Shakespeare in the Parks” production of Macbeth in Story Avenue Park on May 10th

Louisville – Councilman Bill Hollander invites District 9 residents to come out for a special presentation of “Shakespeare in the Parks” Macbeth on Sunday, May 10th in Story Avenue Park.

          “I can think of no better way to bring the arts to our neighborhoods and at the same time give everyone a chance to enjoy Story Avenue Park,” says Hollander. “This production has been very well received everywhere it has been performed.”

May 4 2015 “Frozen” kicks off 2015 Free Summer Movie Schedule at Iroquois Amphitheater

Disney’s 2013 hit animated feature film “Frozen” helps kick off another year of Free Summer Movies at Iroquois Amphitheater on Saturday, May 9th. 

May 4 2015 Louisville Forward named one of Site Selection’s Top U.S. Economic Development Groups for 2014

Louisville Forward, the city’s economic development organization, is named one of the Top U.S. Economic Development Groups for 2014 by Site Selection magazine.  Since its creation in July, Louisville Forward has helped businesses create nearly 3,500 new jobs in Louisville, representing an investment of more than half a billion dollars.