|Aug 10 2020||
VAPStat Joint Meeting To Be Held Via Video Teleconferencing
NOTICE OF MEETING
VAPSTAT JOINT MEETING
|Aug 7 2020||
Mayor urges those in need to apply for more than $21 million in federal eviction prevention assistance
Residents seeking guidance referred to StopMyEviction.org, a one-stop website for eviction prevention resources and services
Mayor Greg Fischer today urged Louisvillians who need help paying rent due to the impact of COVID-19 to apply for assistance through Louisville Metro Government efforts being funded by $21.2 million from the federal CARES Act.
|Aug 7 2020||
Air Quality Alert for Saturday (8/8)
News item about an air quality alert for Saturday (8/8)
|Aug 6 2020||
Air Pollution Control District Notice of Public Meeting
The Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District (the District) announces a Public Meeting regarding possible amendments to Regulation 5.15, Chemical Accident Prevention Provisions.
The public meeting will provide a forum to share information about this regulation and to informally discuss possible amendments and answer questions from the public. This meeting will be held via teleconference (due to the COVID-19 outbreak) from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m., or until discussion ends (whichever is first) on August 20, 2020. Instructions on attending the teleconference will be posted at www.louisvilleky.gov/APCD/Docket before the meeting and emailed to subscribers of APCD Public Notices (www.louisvilleky.gov/government/air-pollution-control-district/subscribe...).
|Aug 6 2020||
APCD Releases Final Report of the Multipollutant Stakeholder Group
The Air Pollution Control District is releasing the Final Report of the Multipollutant Stakeholder Group convening process, which kicked-off in November 2019 and completed in April 2020. Through this process, more than 60 representatives from over 36 entities or organizations came together to receive up-to-date information about Louisville’s air quality challenges and collaboratively develop more than 90 recommendations for the APCD and the community-at-large to advance local air quality goals. While much focus was given to ozone pollution – for which Louisville is not meeting the current national standard – the group expanded its discussion and looked for opportunities to reduce emissions of fine particulates and air toxics, as well as recommended strategies to reduce exposure and increase awareness of the importance of protecting our air quality.
|Aug 5 2020||
Louisville Metro introduces new on-street dining for restaurants
Louisville Metro Government has expanded opportunities for restaurants to offer new temporary outdoor dining through the utilization of on-street parking spaces.
|Aug 4 2020||
City provides rental and utility assistance programs to aid residents impacted by COVID-19
Appointments scheduled using automated system; clients served remotely
Louisville Metro Government reminds residentsabout the availability of rent and utility assistance for income eligible households impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Two programs launched in July to help residents in need of assistance: the Eviction Prevention Program and LIHEAP Summer Cooling.
|Aug 3 2020||
Mayor, Public Safety Chief provide update on search for new permanent LMPD chief
Mayor Greg Fischer and Amy Hess, the city’s Chief of Public Safety, today provided an update on the search for a new permanent Chief for the Louisville Metro Police Department – including news that the job description and position profile has been posted.
The Mayor noted that more than 10,000 people had provided input into the crafting of those documents by responding to an online survey and nearly two dozen listening sessions with various focus groups throughout the community.
|Jul 31 2020||
Louisville Loop Closure and Detour
Due to a Louisville Water Company main replacement project, a section of Louisville Loop between Bells Lane and Campground Road will be closed beginning Monday, August 3 until August 24. Please click here for the detour route.
|Jul 30 2020||
The Dogs Days Edition of District 8 eNews is live!
|Jul 30 2020||
Air Pollution Control District Proposed Permit
The Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District (District) proposes to issue an operating permit for Eckart America Corporation (aluminum powder and paste production), 4101 Camp Ground Road, Louisville, 40211, in accordance with Regulation 2.16. This is a standard permit renewal. The 30-day public comment period starts August 1, 2020, and ends on August 31, 2020. 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.
|Jul 29 2020||
Petco Foundation Invests in Lifesaving Work at Louisville Metro Animal Services
LMAS receives $25K grant from Petco Foundation
|Jul 29 2020||
Fischer administration, Council discuss declaring racism as a public health emergency
‘We must have a new sense of urgency’ to end racism, Mayor says
Two members of the Fischer administration – Kendall Boyd, Chief Equity Officer, and T Gonzales, director of the Center for Health Equity – spoke today before the Metro Council’s Community Affairs, Health and Education committee to recommend the Council and Mayor’s office jointly declare racism as a public health crisis in the city.
|Jul 28 2020||
Community Affairs, Health and Education Committee to receive an update on COVID 19 in Louisville Metro and continue discussion on racism as a public health issue
The Metro Council’s Community Affairs, Health and Education Committee will hear firsthand Louisville Metro’s current efforts in fighting COVID 19. The committee will also continue its discussion on racism as a public health crisis when it meets on Wednesday, July 29th.
|Jul 27 2020||
Government Oversight Committee to question City and TARC leaders; Committee will move forward on sexual harassment investigation
The Government Oversight and Audit Committee (GOA) will question Louisville Metro Government and Transit Authority of River City (TARC) leaders at their next regular meeting, tomorrow Tuesday, July 28, 2020 from 5pm to 7pm.