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Rapid growth has returned to Spencer County after the recession of a decade ago, but it's a proposed subdivision in southeastern Jefferson County that could have a major impact on a number of residents in Spencer.
The Bevin administration will soon take advantage of a little-known provision of the new federal tax law to create "Opportunity Zones" in Louisville, which would give investors major tax incentives to steer capital gains into low-income areas.
Louisville-Jefferson County Metro Government released the names of the individuals who evaluated and made final recommendations to the city regarding who should be allowed to develop multimillion-dollar projects on two city-owned properties.
Steve Smith, chief executive of Louisville Stoneware, casually noted to members of a Louisville Metro Council committee meeting Tuesday afternoon that a $28 million investment project in the small urban neighborhood of Paristown Pointe had grown by an estimated $6.5 million.