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MAYOR FISCHER CAN'T BELIEVE LOUISVILLE MADE BLOGS TOP TEN LIST WRITTEN BY 22 YEAR OLD GUY FROM SOUTH CAROLINA

Last week a link began circulating around social networks labeling Louisville as, “One of the best places to chill”.  After reading the blog’s article written by a 22 year old sophomore from South Carolina, Mayor Fischer shared the link saying, “This is just too good to be true.”  The article has now been shared by hundreds of people on Facebook echoing Mayor Fischers enthusiasm for a blog post written by a 22 year old in college. 204 more words

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WEDNESDAY - It’s Hump Day!

Will Dan Johnson Resign From Louisville Metro Council?

How long before Democratic Louisville Metro Council Members begin to call for Councilman Dan Johnson to resign.  The difference between a loan shark and Gus Goldsmith of Action Loan? 1,047 more words

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NEW SOCIO-ECONOMIC PENALTY TAX

In fact Thursday June 5, was not, “…a great day for public safety in Louisville,” as Mayor Fischer postulated. It is in fact an unbalanced first slip down the ever steepening slope of added TAXES on the citizens of Louisville Metro.  712 more words

Louisville

Hike, Bike and Paddle

It came as a surprise to me when i tried to drive past 3rd street and it was blocked off for memorial day. What was even more surprising was the unending  flock of cyclist enjoying their ride and participating in one of the brilliant activities organized by the city. 183 more words

Mayor Fischer attends 48 HR Film Project Premiere

Mayor Fischer attended the 2012 48 Film Project premiere at Village 8 Theaters on Tuesday, July 25th.  Teams from across the Commonwealth participated in this years festival which started on Friday night.

Louisville

Puppies and Booze

I was pretty stoked when I saw Mayor Greg Fischer post a pic visiting new small business Vines & Canines on Frankfort Avenue.  The idea of bringing two great things together, wine and animals, just seemed too good to be true. 182 more words

Louisville

Mayor's Day of Service yields thousands of donations

1,613 pairs of shoes, 364 canned goods, 211 bags of clothes, 852 books, 222 coats, 50 blankets, 11 pet supplies and 179 other items were collected from the public last weekend on Mayor Fischer’s Day of Service, totaling 3500 donations city-wide. 41 more words

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