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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville Metro Police say someone was stealing yard signs Wednesday night. The thefts took place from yards near the corner of Baringer Avenue and Willow Avenue, near the intersectionMore >>
Louisville Metro Police say someone was stealing yard signs Wednesday night.More >>
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Only three rookie pitchers in the National League have struck out more hitters than Tony Cingrani this season. He struck out 28 guys and walked four in his first three starts withMore >>
Tony Cingrani, Cincinnati's top pitching prospect, returns to start in Louisville Thursday. Rick Bozich also discusses the future for U of L baseball and former Cards hoops' star Terrence Williams.More >>
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Quite a bit has happened in the past few weeks and I thought this might be a good chance to catch up and see if you either agree or disagree.
Mayor Fischer brought issues at MSD to a head by asking Bud Schardein to step down. Mr. Schardein prefers to say he is retiring, but either way I agree with the decision. I like Bud a lot, and he has done many good things as the head of MSD over the years, but CEO and board changes at the Metropolitan Sewer District will be like a breath of fresh air.
Governor Beshear decided not to approve the hospital merger and I agree with his decision. There were too many questions still unanswered and too many decisions made in secret. It still remains unclear to me how U of L could sell a state owned asset to a private company. I see how U of L and a few of their doctors would benefit from this merger, but I'm still not sure how the public was going to come out ahead.
Finally, the governor says he wants to put the gambling issue on the ballot for the people to decide and I agree. It should be decided by the people, not by two or three politicians with multi-layered agendas.
What do you think about all this? Agree or disagree? Call and let us know.