“After reviewing the report released today by State Auditor Crit Luallen, it is clear there are significant problems at MSD that will erode the public’s trust in the agency if immediate changes are not made,” Fischer said. “The changes that I am announcing will begin a new era at MSD.”
Also acceptable, to get the discount—say Merry Christmas, sing Silent Night or name all of Santa's reindeer, backwards
Metro Works and LMPD change their tune about Occupy Louisville to a blue note.
The books may be purchased at any Metro Parks golf course, and may be used at all nine golf courses. It’s the perfect opportunity to treat the budding golfer or golf pro to a year’s worth of big savings, and great way to support Metro Parks!
Congress gets set to pass a 1,209 page, $1 trillion spending bill. At a dense $827 million of spending per page, few members of Congress will have much idea what is in the bill, seeing as they will have had less than 48 hours to consider it. Kentucky Congressman and Chairman of the House Appropriations Committee Hal Rogers (R-Ky) says "it is good to see that responsible leadership and good governance can triumph.”
Local news for Dec. 16, 2011
"As both mayor, and as a father, the last thing I want to see happen is a child to have a finger blown off or have some other injury due to these more dangerous fireworks."
Local news for Dec. 15, 2011
Unlike the various missing statues of Santa Claus, Ronald McDonald, and the Frisch’s Big Boy, the absent Thinker is not the work of thieves.
“The people of Old Louisville want to see Toonerville Park become an important part of their community,” says Councilman David James. “This dog run is just the beginning of that process.”
Local news for Dec. 14, 2011
Today we profile Louisville Trivia, and it's owner Scott Gibson who began his local business in 2010.