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Everybody’s On A Four-Day Weekend, It Seems

July 2nd, 2010 by jake · 1 Comment

Two very important awesome evening things. Really. Very important. [The 'Ville Voice]

Everybody is just so mad that Ken Herndon isn’t on the council. [Fat Lip]

State government budget cuts are ready to roll into action. The budget director sent a fancy letter to cabinet heads yesterday. [Page One]

Yesterday Papaw Governor Steve Besehar appointed Mary Gwen Wheeler to the State Board of Education. Chatter amongst yourselves. [Press Release]

Farmers’ markets accepting food stamps? Yes, please. I think that’s something we can all support.

Todd Lally claims a poll done by “Derby City Polls” has him at 43, John Yarmuth at 44 with 13% undecided. Hahaha. [Announced On Facebook]

Embargoed by the White House until 12:01 A.M. this morning: Thacker-Grigsby Telephone Company, Inc won $7.4 million to deploy a fiber-optic network in portions of Breathitt County. 3,000 people, 60 businesses and 34 community institutions stand to benefit from the project. [Click the Clicky]

Maybe you should head down to East Market tonight for this local artists thing. [Consuming Louisville]

Louisville allegedly has one of the most thriving stand-up comedy scenes in the country. [LEO Weekly]

The National Conference of State Legislatures is coming to Louisville this month. Greg Stumbo & David Williams have recorded a welcome video. [Page One]

Tags: Art · Congress · Contests · Education · Farmer's Market · Greg Stumbo · John Yarmuth · Metro Council · Polls · Republican Party · State Government · Steve Beshear

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  • 1 Marko // Jul 2, 2010 at 9:47 pm

    They’re coming out of the woodwork, Jake. Derby City Polls — who in the world is that run by? They can’t even get the margin of error right in Lally’s poll. His website says it’s +/- 3% for 300 interviews….try doubling that. And a robo-poll that takes 9 days to get 300 likely voters — ha, ha, ha!

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