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Metro Council, Legislature, Ordinances

7/29/2014
Newburg Tennis Association to honor Councilwoman Shanklin at closing summer clinic ceremony at Peter
For the last 15 years, the Newburg Tennis Association has held summer clinics as a way of encouraging young people and adults to use this form of sports as an outlet to expend energy in a positive way. When the NTA wraps up this year’s clinic Councilwoman Barbara Shanklin will be on hand to speak to those in attendance and hand out medallions and awards to young people.

7/29/2014
Councilwoman Hamilton encourages the community to participate in “A Coming Together Against Youth Su
Council woman Cheri Bryant Hamilton (D-5), along with The Shawnee Youth Advocates and the Shawnee Neighborhood Transformation Youth Coalition, invites citizens and their families to “A Coming Together Against Youth Substance Use/Abuse Town Hall Meeting on Monday, August 4th.

7/28/2014
Councilwoman Scott praises West Louisville All Stars as they shoot for being Ohio Valley Regional Ch
Another Metro Louisville baseball team is beginning its journey towards a championship title. On Tuesday, the West Louisville All Stars Boys 9 and Under team will be in Jeffersontown for a shot at the Ohio Valley Regional Championship of the Cal Ripken Division of the Babe Ruth League.

7/28/2014
19 Small Businesses Receive Revolving Loans
Loans totaling nearly $160,000 have been awarded to 19 small businesses to help them expand and create new jobs. The loans are part of a program to support microbusinesses – those with five or fewer employees – created by Louisville Metro Department of Community Services.

7/24/2014
Metro Council approves resolution in support of restoring voting rights to convicted felons who have
By a vote of 19 to 0, the Louisville Metro Council on Thursday night passed a resolution in support of restoring voting rights to convicted felons in Kentucky once they have served their time.