Nov 13 2019 Louisville unveils home for regional AI hub powered by Microsoft, names director

Mayor Greg Fischer today joined Microsoft U.S. Chief Technology Officer Jennifer Byrne to announce that Ben Reno-Weber will serve as Director of the Future of Work Initiative, the tech giant’s regional efforts around artificial intelligence, internet of things, and data science. They also cut the ribbon on the initiative’s home, Story Louisville powered-by-Microsoft, at 900 E. Main St.

Nov 13 2019 Media Advisory: Councilwoman Sexton Smith to officially cut the ribbon on the new Main Salon Suites

Councilwoman Barbara Sexton Smith (D-4) will officially welcome the newest business to the Central Business District on Thursday, November 14th, when she joins owner Jasma Kinard to cut the ribbon and open the doors to the Main Salon Suites.

Nov 12 2019 Metro Public Health and Wellness receives federal grant to provide mental health services to Healthy Start families

Federal grant to fund in-home counseling, family support groups and staff training

Watch the full press conference here.

 

Nov 12 2019 Councilman Blackwell announces next District 12 Dialogue on Tuesday, November 19th

Councilman Rick Blackwell invites residents in Southwest Metro Louisville to the next District 12 Dialogue on Tuesday, November 19th to learn more about various projects on going in the area and talk with representatives of several Metro Government Agencies.

Nov 12 2019 Health and Education Committee to learn the latest on a rare disease and treatment options in Metro Louisville

Members of the Metro Council’s Health and Education Committee will hear an update on a rare disease and treatment options available in Louisville Metro when they meet on Wednesday, November 13th.

Nov 8 2019 Mayor Fischer appoints Amy Hess as Chief of Public Services

Mayor Greg Fischer today announced Amy Hess as Metro Louisville’s new Chief of Public Services, a role where she will oversee such critical departments as Public Works, Emergency Services, Corrections, Fleet and Facilities, and Animal Services. 

Nov 8 2019 Public invited to give feedback on vision plan for WWI memorial in Joe Creason Park

Louisville Parks and Recreation is in the process of developing a vision plan for a World War I memorial in Joe Creason Park honoring Camp Zachary Taylor’s contribution to the United States’ efforts in the Great War. The first public workshop will take place at 6 p.m. Wednesday, November 13 at the Cyril Allgeier Community Center, 4101 Cadillac Court. The public is invited to attend, offer input and ask questions.

Nov 8 2019 Public input sought for KY 1447 Westport Road Corridor Study

Louisville Metro Public Works will host its second public open house seeking input regarding a planning study of the Westport Road Corridor, intended to identify measures to address safety and mobility needs along the highway.

Nov 8 2019 Public invited to give feedback on vision plan for WWI memorial in Joe Creason Park

Louisville Parks and Recreation is in the process of developing a vision plan for a World War I memorial in Joe Creason Park honoring Camp Zachary Taylor’s contribution to the United States’ efforts in the Great War. The first public workshop will take place at 6 p.m. Wednesday, November 13 at the Cyril Allgeier Community Center, 4101 Cadillac Court. The public is invited to attend, offer input and ask questions.

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Nov 7 2019 Air Pollution Control District Proposed Permit

The Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District (District) proposes to issue a construction permit to Clariant Corporation (catalysts and catalyst carrier manufacturing plant), 4900 Crittenden Drive, in accordance with Regulation 2.16. This permit is being issued to replace a NOx emission control system and increase production rates and emissions of six calciners. The 30-day public comment period starts on November 9, 2019, and ends on December 9, 2019. A public hearing may be scheduled if the District determines that there are germane, unresolved issues or substantial public interest, in accordance with Regulation 2.07.

Nov 7 2019 Winter Woods Spectacular tickets on sale now

Pre-purchased tickets are required for the one of a kind event
 

Nov 7 2019 City seeking feedback on new sustainability plans, updates Sustain Louisville

Louisville Metro Government is moving forward with plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and prepare for climate change. The city also will provide a progress report on the goals set out in the city’s first sustainability plan, Sustain Louisville, later this month.

Nov 7 2019 Mayor announces launch of new 501c3, Compassionate Louisville

Mayor Greg Fischer today joined representatives from Louisville’s faith, education and business communities to announce the launch of a new 501c3, Compassionate Louisville, an independent organization to oversee and further Louisville’s compassion work. The organization, led by Dr. Muhammad Babar, will build upon the city’s momentum and strengthen its culture of compassion and volunteerism.

Nov 7 2019 New loan programs offered to small developers and immigrant professionals

In response to community input and continued conversations with Louisville Metro Government, Louisville-based certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) LHOME has launched two new loan programs aimed at building wealth for small developers in west Louisville and for immigrants seeking recertification for professions they pursued in their countries of origin.

Nov 6 2019 Listen to the latest episode of the 8 More Miles podcast with TreesLouisville Executive Director Cindi Sullivan

Available on iTunes, Soundcloud, Spotify or your podcatcher of choice!