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Better Business Bureau Warns Citizens of Storm Chasers

The recent damage done by floods brings out the best in people, as strangers reach out to help others in need. Unfortunately, the aftermath of a crisis also brings out contractors who take advantage of those who have already been... Continue Reading →

MSD advises residents whose homes or businesses were flooded to follow these guidelines

MSD advises residents whose homes or businesses were flooded to follow these guidelines. Take photographs of the damage before cleanup. Residents are encouraged to begin cleanup as soon as possible; floodplain permits are not required before cleanup begins.  Flood cleanup safety tips... Continue Reading →

Flood Debris Pick Up by Metro Council District

This service is for flood-damaged items only. Any other items set out will not be collected. Electronics must be separated from other items set out for collection. Requested pickups will be performed according to the following Metro Council district based schedule: Residents... Continue Reading →

Flood Debris Disposal Sites Open as of March 1

With flood waters receding across Louisville, attention turns now to the cleanup effort. Metro Public Works today announced the following services are available for disposing of flood-damaged household items. Jefferson County residents may drop off residential flood debris at any... Continue Reading →

Sign up for Louisville Water’s News Splash

To better connect with our customers, Louisville Water launched a customer newsletter, News Splash. Readers of News Splash enjoy tips on everything water, news on events and places where we will be, employee profiles, information on our community partnerships and more. Also, every... Continue Reading →

Councilwoman Leet Honors Archie Bailey & the Moonglows for Black History Month

Archie Bailey Pete Crawford, Milton Mc Nealy and James Eldeby started off  with the Symphonics and then Archie and Pete left and joined the Mooglows in the early 80’s. Butch Goodman was lead singer for the Drifters at the time.... Continue Reading →

Sign-ups for Louisville Parks youth baseball, softball leagues begin

After a successful inaugural season in 2017, Louisville Parks and Recreation will again be operating youth baseball and softball leagues at Wyandotte Park in south Louisville for children ages 6-18. Sign-ups are available online now at this link. Tee ball ($20... Continue Reading →

Metro Council Announces Medical Marijuana Town Hall Meetings

LOUISVILLE, KY: Louisville Metro Council Health and Education Committee Chair Angela Leet (District 7) and Vice Chair Vicki Welch (District 13) invite the community to attend one of three town hall meetings on the topic of legalizing the use of... Continue Reading →

Public Safety Committee to hear from Voices of the Survivors at next meeting on Wednesday, January 31st

Louisville – The Public Safety Committee of the Louisville Metro Council will hold a special discussion at its first meeting of the year to hear about the impact of crime on a specific group that sometime gets lost in the... Continue Reading →

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