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10/19/10
Butler sponsors Fall S.P.O.T. Clinic for pet owners on Oct. 29th
 
9/07/11
“Little Fockers” brings another successful fun season of “Movies under the Stars” to a close 
 
9/06/11
Community Design Workshop next phase of New Cut Road/ Taylor Boulevard Corridor Project

9/1/2011
Metro Council Court Issues Media Policies and Procedures

 8/09/11
“Shrek: Forever After” is August Movies under the Stars featured film on Sunday
 
7/20/2011
Metro Council Court Chair Downard Names Butler Chair Pro-Tem
 
6/23/11
Louisville Metro Council approves Fiscal Year 2011-2012 Budgets 

6/14/11
Budget Committee will hear public comment on the proposed FY 2011-2012 Budget on Thursday, June 16th

 6/06/11
June "Movies under the Stars" features well known legend in Louisville and Kentucky  

5/26/11
Councilwoman Butler announces 2012 Budget Hearing Schedule beginning on June 2nd

5/26/11
Majority Caucus reacts to Mayor Fischer's proposed FY 2011-2012 Budget

4/14/11
2011 “Movies under the Stars” returns to Iroquois Amphitheater on May 13th
 
4/14/11
Butler sponsors 2011 Spring SPOT Clinic for District 15
 
2/24/11
Metro Council approves ordinance to revise the use of a Conditional Use Permit for neighborhoods

2/07/11
Butler encourages residents to take advantage of Mayor’s public budget meetings
 
10/06/2010
Engel to hold Press Conference outlining Second Sunday Event

10/01/10
Butler and Johnson sponsor S.P.O.T. Clinics for pet owners

9/1/10
“Movies under the Stars” calls it a wrap with Momma Mia!
 
8/03/10
Shrek the 3rd hits the screen for Augusts’ Movies Under the Stars at Iroquois Amphitheatre

6/29/10
July Movies under the Stars to feature “Couples Retreat”

6/21/10
Butler presents University Corridor Study to Planning Commission to enhance South Central Louisville  

6/08/10

June Movies under the Stars returns this Saturday to the Iroquois Amphitheatre
 
6/06/10
Labor and Economic Development Committee to receive report on Prevailing Wage
 
4/27/10
“Movies under the Stars” returning to Iroquois Amphitheater on May 8th
 
03/12/2010
Metro Council Passes Comprehensive Ethics Reform

10/13/09
Butler and Johnson hold S.P.O.T. Clinic on Oct. 17th at Wyandotte Park
 
10/06/09
MSD to hold meeting with residents of District 15 on October 13th
 
8/16/09
District 15 completes curbside pickup

8/7/09
Butler announces curbside pickup this weekend for flooding debris in District 15
 
7/7/09
Free Movie Nights return to Iroquois Amphitheatre on Saturday, July 11th

6/25/09
Metro Council approves FY 2009-2010 Budgets
 
6/11/09
Butler and Johnson sponsor S.P.O.T. Clinic on Saturday. June 13th
 
5/18/09
Free Movie Nights returns to Iroquois Park for 2009

3/18/2009
Metro Council Members to attend Southwest Louisville Welcome Banner unveiling on Friday
 
3/10/2009 
Butler and Ackerson co-sponsor ethics amendments revisions

2/19/09
Butler gets Land Development Code changed to protect neighborhoods
 
1/14/09
District 15 set for Breast Cancer Screening Clinic on February 19th

1/0809
Johnson and Butler to lead Majority Caucus in 2009

12/01/08 
Winterfest returns to Iroquois Park on Saturday, December 6th

10/16/08
Council members Johnson and Butler work out a plan for storm debris cleanup in Districts 21 and 15
 
10/03/08
"Movies under the Stars" returns October 11th to Iroquois Amphitheatre
 
8/04/08
"Movies under the Stars" return to Iroquois Park on August 16th
 
7/28/08
National Night Out at Wyandotte Park on AUgust 5th
 
6/24/08
Spiderman swings into Iroquois Amphitheater July 5th

6/24/08
Councilwoman Butler offers course on Meth 101 July 9th
 
6/16/08 
Butler encourages residents to attend final Wyandotte Park Master Plan Meeting July 1st

5/05/08
“Movies under the Stars” returns to Iroquois Park for summer
 
3/20/08 
Welch and Metro Council purchase better health care for Southwest Jefferson County with new digital

1/27/08
Butler joins Cincinnati Reds for Wyandotte Park Dedication
 
1/24/08
Wyandotte Park Master Plan update for District 15 on January 31st

11/21/07
Second meeting set for Wyandotte Park Master Plan on November 29th

09/25/07
District 15 meeting set for Wyandotte Park on October 10th 

09/20/07
Councilwoman Butler holds three workshops for District 15 seniors on MSD Rate Discount
 
08/14/07
Butler, Welch and Johnson praise new Iroquois Playground
 
7/6/07
Public hearing set for July 19th for library referendum
 
06/28/07
Metro Council approves FY2008 budget for Metro Louisville

5/16/07
Public Safety, Human Services and Housing top the list of budget priorities for Majority Caucus

5/15/07
Councilman King goes after a new kind of litter
 
4/19/07
 Majority Caucus raises concerns over arena financing ordinance

4/06/07
Councilwoman Butler announces rededication of neighborhood landmark

3/26/07
Seven Metro Council members sponsor Community Health and Wellness Festival on April 3rd
 
3/1/2007
Metro Council Allocates $450,000 to 30 Non-Profit Organizations’ Capital Projects
1/15/2007
Council members ask Metro Louisville to remember the work Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday


1/3/2007
Majority Caucus will meet on January 4th. Metro Council to elect President and Clerk on Thursday night

12/29/2006
Democrats Judith Green and Marianne Butler join 12 others in taking the oath of office for Metro Council  


12/27/2006
Majority Caucus will not meet on Thursday due to swearing in ceremony  

12/14/2006
Metro Council Democrats join Pride Inc. in hosting 35th Annual Christmas party  


11/20/2006
Metro Council Democrats to host special Thanksgiving Dinner for area seniors

11/2/2006
Majority Caucus cancels Thursday meeting     
 
 

10/13/2006

Metro Council passes stricter smoking ban ordinance and sets timetable for compliance  


5/18/2006
Metro Council applauds and commends UPS investment in Louisville

5/18/2006
Lexington Councilman McChord to speak at Metro Council’s Jobs and Economic Development Committee


4/13/2006
Easter Egg Hunt set for Saturday 15th , 2006


3/15/2006
Metro Council Jobs and Economic Development Committee to focus on the effects of Louisville’s STAR Program

2/9/2006
Metro Council Democrats Say No to Right to Work for Less

2/6/2006
Council Democrats Say No To Right To Work

10/20/2005
Democrats propose adding money to ministries, Project Warm Metro Council

7/11/2005 
Councilman Melton offers amendment to ban smoking in workplaces

12/8/2004
Council members respond to mailing

11/19/2004
Democratic Caucus meeting changed to Tuesday, Nov. 23

7/8/2004
Downard announces formation of Committee for a Safe and Healthy Community

7/7/2004
Councilman Melton cancels Community Affairs meeting; sponsor pulls support for renaming Jefferson Memorial Forest

5/17/2004
25 Louisville Metro Council members sponsor resolution in support of suburban cities, fire protection districts

5/14/2004
Louisville Metro Council united in support for additional library funding

4/6/2004 
New date for District 15 neighborhood meeting 

3/24/2004
Councilman Melton to hold District 15 neighborhood meeting

3/12/2004 
Ad hoc committee on smoking ban to meet Monday 

1/21/2004
Seventeen council members recognize Respect for Life Day

11/20/2003 
Ad hoc committee on smoking ban to meet Monday  
 

11/17/2003
Council members urge mayor to honor police contract Letter of support sent for police health care

11/6/2003 
Ad hoc committee on smoking ban to meet Monday 

10/23/2003
Council members form work group to bring more tax dollars back to Louisville

10/23/2003
Council members introduce ordinance today to strengthen requirements on charitable solicitations

6/26/2003
Democrats pass Metro Louisville's first budget

5/16/2003
Metro Council approves living wage ordinance; mayor to sign into law

4/11/2003 
Councilman Melton to hold Derby Impact Meeting 

3/7/2003
Councilmen attend NLC's Congressional City Conference