|Aug 26 2020||
Councilwoman McCraney invites District 7 residents to join her for the next virtual “Muffins with McCraney”
Councilwoman Paula McCraney invites District 7 residents to join her for the next virtual “Muffins with McCraney” this Saturday, August 29th, from 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. It is the community’s chance to get caught up on what’s going on at Metro Council and share any comments and concerns with her.
|Jul 2 2020||
Councilwoman McCraney invites the public to stay updated on the work of Civilian Review Board Work Group
Councilwoman Paula McCraney (D-7) announces a new online website to give the public an opportunity to stay updated about the work of the Civilian Review Board Work Group.
|Jun 25 2020||
Louisville Metro Council approves 2020-2021 Capital and Operating Budgets
By a vote of 24 to 1, the Louisville Metro Council on Thursday approved the 2020-2021 Capital and Operating Budgets for Metro Government for the coming Fiscal Year.
|Jun 22 2020||
Budget Committee approves 2020-2021 Capital and Operating Budgets
In a unanimous vote, the Louisville Metro Council’s Budget Committee approved the 2020-2021 Capital and Operating Budgets for the coming fiscal year.
|Jun 18 2020||
Councilwoman McCraney is a member of Leadership Kentucky Class of 2020
Councilwoman Paula McCraney (D-7) has been named as one of the members of the Leadership Kentucky Class of 2020. This year’s class of 45 participants represent a variety of areas from the public and private sectors.
|Jun 11 2020||
Metro Council passes Breonna’s Law, “No-Knock” warrants are banned for LMPD
In a unanimous vote, the Louisville Metro Council has banned the use of “No-Knock” warrants after passing Breonna’s Law, an ordinance which also sets guidelines for the execution of all search warrants by Louisville Metro Police officers and requires active body camera whenever a warrant is served.
|Jun 3 2020||
Public Safety Committee approves “Breonna’s Law” an Ordinance to regulate no-knock warrants and the use of body cameras in all search warrants
In a unanimous vote, the Public Safety Committee of the Louisville Metro Council has approved “Breonna’s Law” to regulate and provide specific guidelines for the use of no-knock warrants by Louisville Metro Police officers.
|May 29 2020||
Councilwoman McCraney Assures Community a Thorough Investigation of Civilian Review Models for Louisville Metro
Mayor Greg Fischer named Councilwoman Paula McCraney as co-chair of the newly formed Civilian Review Board Work Group. She will serve alongside co-chair Deputy Mayor Ellen Hesen, and 31 other community advocates, administration officials, law enforcement representatives, faith leaders and elected officials across the Louisville community.
|May 19 2020||
Councilwoman McCraney invites District 7 residents to join her for the first virtual “Muffins with McCraney”
As a way of staying in touch during COVID 19, Councilwoman Paula McCraney invites District 7 residents to join her for a virtual “Muffins with McCraney” this Saturday, May 23.
|May 11 2020||
Metro Council Members File Resolution asking Congress to fund Emergency Rental Assistance in future stimulus package
In an effort to assist renters, at a news conference on Monday, members of the Louisville Metro Council were joined by the Louisville Apartment Association to call on Congress to include Emergency Rental Assistance funding in the upcoming stimulus package.
|Apr 20 2020||
The Louisville Metro Council send letter Congressional Leaders asking for federal help to keep cities viable during COVID 19
Today the 26-member Louisville Metro Council sent a letter to Senator Mitch McConnell and Congressman John Yarmuth asking them to support additional federal funding for state and local governments.
|Apr 11 2020||
Metro Council Leadership to hold news conference on moving forward with legislation and committees during COVID 19 crisis in the coming weeks News Conference set for Monday April 13th at 1:30pm
Louisville – President David James (D- 6), Majority Caucus Chair Markus Winkler (D-17) and Minority Caucus Chair Kevin Kramer (R-11) will hold a news conference on Monday, April 13th to lay out how the Metro Council will continue to work to address legislation and improve public participation in the budget and legislative processes while continuing to adhere to safety recommendations in our effort to combat the COVI D19 virus.
|Mar 18 2020||
Democratic Caucus will meet on Thursday, March 19th
The Louisville Metro Council Democrat Caucus will meet at its regularly scheduled time on Thursday, March 19, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. In light of the pending states of emergency declared by federal, state and local Chief Executives due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the various directives and guidance issued in connection with those emergency declarations, the meeting will be held as a video teleconference pursuant to KRS 61.826.
|Mar 15 2020||
Association of Community Ministries puts out a call for volunteers and donations as Louisville Metro deals with COVID 19
It is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to help those in need with food, or utility bills and housing. Right now, the Association of Community Ministries is facing one of its biggest challenges as Louisville Metro deals with COVID 19. On Sunday, the call went out for help to ensure the mission goes on. While basic precautions are being taken, there are still food deliveries which must be made to those in need and concerns COVID 19 may affect many who normally would not need assistance.
|Feb 18 2020||
Metro Council to honor Outstanding Community Leaders and Volunteers
On Thursday, February 20th the Metro Council’s Community Affairs, Health and Education Committee will hold a special meeting to honor outstanding residents and volunteers as part of its 18th Annual Black History Month Program.