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Metro Council passed a bipartisan resolution expressing opposition to a state takeover of JCPS by a 16-1 vote, which stated that a takeover would undermine the voters of Louisville by eliminating the power of their democratically elected school board.
While the sudden death of the ninth division district court primary winner Daniel "Danny" Alvarez has shocked and saddened city leaders and citizens, it has also made the outcome of that election somewhat "unprecedented," a state official said.
For a brief two hours Wednesday, a 200-plus crowd of assorted coders, technocrats, public servants and erstwhile data-minded citizens got to peek behind the already thin curtain of Louisville’s nascent open data movement.
Chris Thieneman has filed paperwork to start the process of running for mayor as an independent, and will follow through on that if Jefferson County Attorney Mike O'Connell wins his primary tomorrow and Mayor Fischer does not fire LMPD Chief Steve Conrad -- who he accuses of covering up the Youth Explorer scandal.
Polling places across Kentucky are open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. local time on Tuesday for the May primary. It’s important for registered voters to know the correct voting precinct and what to bring to cast a vote.
Kentucky's primary election is on Tuesday, and several competitive district races for Louisville Metro Council among each party will play a key role in determining who will fill some of the five seats that will be vacated by retiring council members.
A mysterious group called "Concerned Beechmont Citizens" is sending out mailers in the competitive Democratic primary race for the Metro Council District 21 seat in south Louisville, but the candidate that the group is trying to help is now distancing himself and calling for them to cease and desist from such activity.
Since 2017, Metro Council members have spent over $20,000 in Neighborhood Development Fund grants on tickets to fundraising galas that were either used by themselves, their aides, or the family of both.
The administration of Mayor Greg Fischer is refusing to disclose the guest list from its Derby eve parties at Metro Hall in each of the past two years, asserting that such a list is exempt from public disclosure because it is a "preliminary draft" and could discourage prospective companies from locating in Louisville.