- By Mark R. Long | Posted on December 18, 2018
MSD on Tuesday touted the completion of repairs on a big sewer line under Main Street that disrupted downtown traffic for months, saying the project cost came in just under the utility’s $20 million estimate.
- By Mark R. Long | Posted on December 14, 2018
What would it take to power Louisville solely by the sun? Probably more land and money than customers would bear, according to the city’s power and natural-gas provider. In a study released Thursday, LG&E analyzed a roughly 316-acre section of the Highlands to see...
- By Mark R. Long | Posted on December 10, 2018
A new set of online maps produced by the Center for Neighborhoods gives a fresh look at the assets enjoyed and inequities endured by residents across Metro Louisville.
- By Mark R. Long | Posted on November 30, 2018
Environmental groups are pressing Louisville’s metro government to quit powering its operations with fossil fuels by 2030 — a target that would raise a raft of technical and economic challenges, the city’s sole electric utility says.
- By Guest Author | Posted on November 21, 2018
Decisions about Louisville’s fate should be made by bringing the best of all parties to bear, otherwise the city will “develop” (i.e., change) but not prosper (i.e., thrive).
- By Mark R. Long | Posted on November 21, 2018
Louisville’s Board of Water Works Tuesday cleared an average rate hike of about 4% and $105 million in capital spending for 2019.
- By Mark R. Long | Posted on November 19, 2018
Metro Louisville's bicycle-share service LouVelo will soon be available in Jeffersonville, with three docking stations opening across the Ohio River in early December.
- By Mark R. Long | Posted on November 5, 2018
The Metropolitan Sewer District on Monday said that it bumped up its cost estimate for a big, federally mandated system upgrade by around $40 million, to $980 million, at least the second upward revision from an earlier $850 million projection.
- By Lisa Hornung | Posted on November 1, 2018
Mayor Greg Fischer announced that the city and the Move Louisville project would begin accepting proposals for a master plan for Broadway.
- By Michael L. Jones | Posted on October 22, 2018
Louisville Metro government is seeking public input on the redevelopment of the historic Quinn Chapel AME Church on West Chestnut Street.