Shelves and rows and loads of gently used books (and some new ones!) await you at Locust Grove’s semiannual Used Book Sale. They expect to have some 22,000 books, all neatly sorted into categories including History, literature, fiction, mystery/suspense, religion,... Continue Reading →

Members of LMPD's 8th Division will be be at the Holiday Manor Kroger for Cops and Cones: Operation Safe Serve. 8th Division officers will be on hand scooping ice cream for kids, shoppers, or anyone who wanted to stop by and... Continue Reading →

Dog Flu Outbreak Reaches Louisville Metro Animal Services

Louisville Metro Animal Services recently tested eight of its shelter dogs for the canine flu after they began exhibiting signs of respiratory distress. While four of the diagnostic tests are still pending, four have come back positive for H3N2; the... Continue Reading →

Councilwoman Leet Honors Cadet Major Rebecca Kramer

Congratulations to District 7 resident Civil Air Patrol Cadet Major Rebecca Kramer! Cadet Major Kramer has been selected to represent the United States of America in the International Air Cadet Exchange. She will travel to Israel July 18 - Aug.... Continue Reading →

Happy 4th of July!

The District 7 offices will be closed on Monday, July 3 and Tuesday, July 4 in observance of the 4th of July holiday. If you need to speak to someone about a drainage issue, please call MSD’s 24/7 Customer Service... Continue Reading →

Avoid Scams with tips from LMPD

It’s that time of year when your peaceful evening at home may be interrupted by an inconvenient knock on the door.  Door-to-door solicitors have been out in full force this year.  Additionally, LMPD has received reports that “travelers” are once... Continue Reading →

Metro Council Passes Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Budget

On Thursday, June 22, the Metro Council passed the Operating and Capital Budgets for Fiscal Year 2017-2018. The Budget contains expenditures of approximately $855 million, of which $107 million will be spent on capital projects. This year, unlike previous ones,... Continue Reading →

Councilwoman Angela Leet Endorses Pegasus Institute Plan for Violence Eradication

Louisville, KY - Today, Louisville Metro Councilwoman Angela Leet (District 7) endorsed the Pegasus Institute’s Louisville Initiative for Violence Eradication” (LIVE) with the following statement: “We know what we are doing now isn’t working, and the failed approach has been... Continue Reading →

Traffic Alert! KY 22C in Jefferson County reduced to one lane May 19-21

  Louisville, KY (May 17, 2017) - The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) advises motorists of construction work this weekend on KY 22C (Seminary Drive) in Jefferson County. Contract crews will be resurfacing this route between US 42 and KY 22... Continue Reading →

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