|May 16 2018||
Council members Welch, Fowler and Yates encourage everyone to come out and enjoy a great spring tradition at the 14th Annual Forest Fest
There a few places in Metro Louisville where you will find scenic beauty and hear great Bluegrass Music. In the springtime, the best place to find both is in the Jefferson Memorial Forest. On Saturday, May 19th Council members Vicki Aubrey Welch (D-13), Cindi Fowler (D-14) and David Yates (D-25) proudly present the 14th Annual Forest Fest.
|May 14 2018||
Metro Council Budget Committee to hold second Public Hearing for FY 19 Capital and Operating Budgets
The Louisville Metro Council’s Budget Committee will hold its next public hearing on Tuesday, May 15th on Mayor Greg Fischer’s proposed 2018 -2019 Capital and Operating Budgets.
|Apr 26 2018||
Metro Council Budget Committee Announces Hearing Schedule for FY 19 Capital and Operating Budgets
Louisville Metro Council’s Budget Committee has added another public hearing and released its schedule for reviewing Mayor Greg Fischer’s proposed 2018 -2019 Capital and Operating Budgets.
|Apr 20 2018||
Louisville Metro Council to host reception for Dr. Marty Pollio of the Jefferson County Public Schools
Members of the Louisville Metro Council will host a formal reception to congratulate and welcome Dr. Marty Pollio as the new Superintendent of the Jefferson County Public Schools on Monday, April 23rd.
|Apr 18 2018||
Councilwoman Hamilton to host District 5 Community Meeting on Tuesday, April 24th
Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton is encouraging residents to come out to the District 5 Community Meeting on April 24th to talk with representatives of Louisville Metro Government if there are issues or concerns they would like to have addressed.
|Apr 14 2018||
After Department of Justice review, Louisville Metro Separation Ordinance does not conflict with federal immigration law or enforcement
The Jefferson County Attorney’s Office has informed members of the Louisville Metro Council that the Department of Justice has reviewed Louisville Metro’s newly enacted Separation Ordinance (LMCO 39(1)(F)) and found it to be in compliance with federal law (8 USC § 1373).
|Apr 11 2018||
Metro Council goes “On the Road” to hold regular meeting at the Academy @ Shawnee this Thursday, April 12th
President David James (D-6) announces the Louisville Metro Council will hold its next regular meeting at the Academy@Shawnee this coming Thursday, April 12th.
|Apr 3 2018||
Councilwoman Hamilton to dedicate Kentucky Historical Marker for the Red Cross Hospital on Tuesday, April 10th
To passersby, 1436 South Shelby Street may look like just another building in the Fort Hill/Meriwether Neighborhood. What they may not realize is the building’s important Louisville history. That history that will be honored and remembered on Tuesday April 10th, when Kentucky’s newest historical maker will be dedicated in front of the structure that was once known as the Red Cross Hospital (RCH).
|Mar 26 2018||
Councilwoman Hamilton to unveil new sign honoring Louisville Freedom Fighter Mattie Jones
She is no stranger to standing up for what’s right and staring down those who would deny civil rights. Ms. Mattie Jones has worked tirelessly throughout her life as a freedom fighter and has battled injustice, brutality, inequality, and discrimination in Louisville and anywhere the fight took her for over six decades.
|Mar 17 2018||
Councilwoman Hamilton applauds “Jesus and a Job” and organized labor volunteers for their work on Magazine Street
Important work is going on at 2615 Magazine Street. It is the continuation of efforts to convert vacant and abandoned property into suitable housing while at the same time providing needed skills training and employment to those looking for a second chance in life.
|Mar 16 2018||
Democratic Leaders of the Louisville Metro Council call upon the public to contact Frankfort Lawmakers to pass SB 66
The Democratic Leadership of the Louisville Metro Council is calling on the people of Metro Louisville to contact lawmakers in Frankfort and let them know the importance of passing Senate Bill 66. The proposed legislation deals with pension funding obligations by local city and county governments. Failure to pass the bill could have devastating effects for Metro Louisville.
|Feb 22 2018||
Metro Council honors Outstanding Community Leaders
On Thursday, February 22nd the Metro Council’s Community Affairs and Housing Committee held a special meeting to honor outstanding residents and volunteers as part of its 16th Annual Black History Month Program.
|Feb 15 2018||
Councilwoman Hamilton encourages public to attend community meeting for an update on the Shawnee Park MSD Basin Project Update
Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton (D-5) is encouraging the community to attend the next meeting of the Shawnee Park MSD Basin Project on Tuesday, February 20th.
|Feb 15 2018||
Councilwoman Hamilton invites the community to participate in a conversation with Dr. George C. Wright about the history race relations in Louisville
Dr. George C. Wright is coming to Louisville to discuss his book on the history of race relations and black life in Kentucky as a guest of Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton (D-5) for a Black History month community event on Friday, February 23rd.
|Feb 15 2018||
Councilwoman Hamilton announces District 5 Neighborhood Advisory Committee set for Monday, February 19th
Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton announces the first meeting of the year of the District 5 Neighborhood Advisory Committee is set for Monday, February 19th and the topics for discussion are vacant and abandoned property and OneWest.