There aren’t many issues in Louisville that have come with as much controversy as the proposed Metro Government tippling. So with that in mind, take look at the latest press release from the Mayor’s office:
Beginning tomorrow, Louisville Metro Government will have a new tool that citizens or employees can use anytime to report suspected wrongdoing on the part of Louisville city employees, contractors or suppliers.
Through the city’s Office of Internal Audit, Metro Government has contracted with The Network, a private company that specializes in ethics reporting, to develop and operate a new Ethics Tipline ─ that will be available 24/7 by phone or online.
“This tipline will be an independently-operated and efficient tool that city employees or citizens can use to report any suspected unethical or illegal behavior,” said Internal Auditor Mike Norman.
The tipline number is 1-888-226-2264. Reports can also be made online, at the city’s website: www.louisvilleky.gov. Persons using the tipline do not have to provide their name.
Hopefully this is a turning point for the city. Looking forward to hearing from individuals – anonymously, of course – who (will) have used to service. So let us know about your experience with the new tippling.