Feb 24 2016 Metro Council to honor Outstanding Community Leaders at 14th Annual Black History Month program

On Thursday, February 25th the Metro Council’s Community Affairs and Housing Committee will hold a special meeting to honor outstanding residents and volunteers as part of its 14th Annual Black History Month Program.

Jan 19 2016 Council Members Mulvihill and Butler sponsor FREE training session on Heroin/Opioid overdose prevention for the community

– In an effort to help citizens learn what to do in the event someone they know is experiencing a heroin or other opioid overdose, Council members Pat Mulvihill (D-10) and Marianne Butler (D-15) will sponsor a free Naloxone (Narcan) training session for the public on Tuesday, January 26th.

Dec 21 2015 Councilman Mulvihill today announced Buechel railroad-crossing gates are operational

Councilman Pat Mulvihill (D-10) today announced the railroad-crossing gates at a dangerous intersection in Buechel are operational.

Dec 17 2015 Councilman Mulvihill introduces Resolution to limit spending by appointees during their term in office

Councilman Pat Mulvihill (D-10) introduces measure to amend current Metro Council Policies and Procedures to place spending limits on Council members who are appointed.  The amendment seeks to ensure that successors are able to effectively run their offices and meet the critical needs of constituents.     

Dec 8 2015 Councilman Mulvihill today announced Buechel railroad crossing gates to be operational before Christmas

Councilman Pat Mulvihill (D-10) today announced that railroad-crossing gates at a dangerous intersection in Buechel are set to be operational by Christmas.     “Norfolk Southern Railroad has indicated a tentative completion date of December 18, barring any unforeseen problems such as weather," says Mulvihill.  

Dec 7 2015 Help Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus Collect Toys for Local Children at City Hall


City Hall will now become “Santa’s Workshop South” for the next 10 days as Councilwoman Jessica Green and Councilman Kelly Downard team up encouraging people to donate new, unwrapped toys for the children of women incarcerated at the Pee Wee Valley Correction Center. 

Dec 7 2015 Councilman Mulvihill announces several holiday events for residents of District 10 and our entire community

With the holiday season in full swing throughout Metro Louisville, Councilman Pat Mulvihill announces several upcoming holiday events for the residents of District 10 and our entire community.

Nov 18 2015 Councilman Mulvihill signs on as co-sponsor of Minimum Wage Resolution

Councilman Pat Mulvihill (D-10) has signed on a cosponsor of a resolution before the Metro Council calls on Kentucky lawmakers to pass an increase in the minimum wage during the 2016 legislative session.

Nov 18 2015 A word from Councilman Pat Mulvihill!

Councilman Mulvihill talks a little about himself as he begins the job of representing District 10.

Oct 30 2015 Councilman Magre is pleased to report agreement has been reached to move forward on needed railroad crossing gates in Buechel

After weeks of uncertainty, Councilman Steve Magre (D-10) is pleased to report the effort to install needed railroad crossing gates at a dangerous intersection in Buechel is moving forward again.

Oct 23 2015 Councilman Magre to hold Community Meeting on Thursday, October 29th

Councilman Steve Magre is inviting residents of District 10 to a special community meeting on Thursday, October 29th  to update everyone on projects and issues in the district

Oct 23 2015 Councilman Magre issues joint statement on state decision about the problems at the Economy Inn

Councilman Steve Magre (D-10) and Patrick Carrico, President of the Bon Air Neighborhood Association have issued the following joint statement after learning of the decision by a State Hearing Officer that the Economy Inn must be re-inspected

Oct 22 2015 Metro Council Approves Changes to Public Nuisance Ordinance to Deal with Problem Establishments

In unanimous vote, The Louisville Metro Council has approved changes to the city’s public nuisance ordinance that crackdown on criminal activity at hotels and motels and holds the owner of the establishment liable for repeated police visits and arrests on the property.         Under the new ordinance, hotels and motels could face closure if nothing is done about criminal activity.

Oct 21 2015 Councilman Magre applauds neighborhood support as Metro Council prepares to vote on Public Nuisance Ordinance

On Thursday night, The Louisville Metro Council will review and then vote on proposed changes to the city’s public nuisance ordinance. The changes are sponsored by Councilman Steve Magre (D-10) and are designed to curtail criminal activity at problem hotels and motels in Metro Louisville.

Oct 18 2015 MUSCL Senior Wellness Center renamed in honor of the late Jim King

On Friday, October 16th, the MUSCL Senior Wellness Center was renamed and officially dedicated in honor of the late Jim King who passed away in January of this year.