Representatives of Louisville Fire and EMS, as well as Louisville Metro Corrections, say their departments will likely suffer when cuts are made.
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"We will see bleeding, and unfortunately, it's not figurative," the chief said.
An attorney claims the companies that applied for Metro government approvals for the Oxmoor golf-and-entertainment project were ‘illegal and non-existent’
Metro Council President David James awarded Green a proclamation citing March 12th Juanita Green Day in the city of Louisville.
Packed inside a conference room in City Hall, Metro Council members sat for nearly three hours Monday night discussing the budget, possible cuts and tax increases for the city’s $65 million shortfall.
The announcement comes after a 18-8 Metro Council vote on Thursday to table the "bond ordinance that would fund the projects," a vote Fischer's office described as "deeply troubling."
The mayor warns of drastic cuts to services like police and fire without the extra funding.
As the mayor stages similar events across the city, Metro Council members are holding town halls in their districts to hear what taxpayers think.
Residents of an Okolona neighborhood are fighting against zoning changes that could put warehouses right across from their homes.