A new monthly trolley service operating along New Cut Road and Southern Parkway made its debut Saturday in an effort to draw attention to the city south of Churchill Downs.
Trolleys will depart from Churchill Downs to Jefferson Memorial Forest Saturday for the first-ever trolley hop through New Cut Road and Southern Parkway.
“It is an honor to receive this award,” said President King. “The education I received at Jefferson Community College laid the foundation for my career. It was affordable yet excellent.”
A very well attended meeting in Louisville's Shawnee neighborhood discussed vacant properties, data surrounding them and public health issues such as opossums as tennants.
"I am proud to say we are entering our tenth year as a Metro Government and as a Council and we have clearly matured as an institution. We have learned to work together to make our city all it can be,” said King. “I’m grateful for the cooperative bipartisan nature of that process. Frankly, most of what we accomplished this past year was done without any partisanship whatsoever.”
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