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- David James

LMPD police Chief Steve Conrad confirmed on Wednesday there are 25 active gangs in Louisville, and that violent crime is on the rise. This is the first time in years LMPD has admitted there being a gang problem in the city, according to Councilman David James.
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- Jerry Miller

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- Greg Fischer

Website: http://www.louisvilleky.gov/Mayor/

Street address: Metro Hall / 4th Floor, 527 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, KY 40202

Phone: (502) 574-2003

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mayor-Greg-Fisc...

Twitter: http://twitter.com/ #!/louisvillemayor

In a couple of months, all four will be linked by a 19-mile walking and biking loop that will run from Bardstown Road to Interstate 64. Instead of a ribbon cutting, U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell and Mayor Greg Fischer joined some of the biggest individual contributors in a ceremonial Frisbee toss. "As a person who is proud of his hometown, I can't think of anything that's ever been done here that was more significant for Louisville, Kentucky, than this," McConnell said.
Louisville is expanding its mowing team and establishing "naturalization areas" in city parks that will remain unmowed in an effort to better maintain city-owned properties while also keeping pollution under control, the mayor announced Tuesday. Mayor Greg Fischer announced the creation of the Metro Mow Team, a cross-department initiative modeled after the so-called Snow Team that treats and plows roads during the winter.
Click on headline for complete economic development story By Terry Sebastian and Jennifer Brislin News from Commonwealth News Center Louisville, KY - - Governor Steve Beshear today joined Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and other local leaders for a ceremony to help open the Jim Beam Urban Stillhouse in downtown Louisville - the latest bourbon-themed attraction in the state's largest city. "Bourbon is one of Kentucky's most historic and treasured industries - a thriving $3 billion economic engine that generates more than 15,400 jobs with an annual payroll topping $700 million, and $166 million in tax revenue every year," Gov. Beshear said.
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- David Yates

Good Morning Kentuckiana Weekend Edition is launching "Metro Council Saturday." On the last Saturday of every month, we'll feature a different Metro Council member, highlighting events and issues in their district and what Louisville is facing as a whole.
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