A Bridges Dream Turns Into Your Waking Nightmare

Remember what Steve Beshear promised in 2007? It’s a far cry from reality, to say the least. [Page One]

If you’re still afraid of advertising online, this might nudge you into the right direction. Times have changed. Get with the program. There’s a reason we’ve been around so long. [KDMC]

Owsley Brown II’s passing is national news. Louisville lost a terrific philanthropist. [ABC News]

HAHAHA! A group standing against a smoking ban in Bullitt County is demanding that the health department pay it $25,000. And you wonder why most in Louisville snub their noses. Hahaha. [FOX41]

We cannot believe that ugly old clock is being moved to Theater Square. Nostalgia or not, wow. [Broken Sidewalk]

Sherman Minton bridges questions continue to go unanswered and the city is still freaking out. [WAVE3]

Michelle Jones still believes Westport Village is way out in the “East End” or “suburbs” but that olive oil joint is pretty neat. [Consuming Louisville]

We’re still wondering what kind of interesting mix of folks will apply to replace Judy Green on the Metro Council. [WHAS11]

Kentucky’s workers’ comp assessments have been reduced for 2012. [Business First]

Louisville isn’t the only city that’s had issues with firefighter and other unionized groups in government, it seems. [H-L]

Yep, the mainstream is pretending that there are no development code problems with Greg Fischer’s crew. [The ‘Ville Voice]

1 thought on “A Bridges Dream Turns Into Your Waking Nightmare

  1. WHAT!!!….The hbal agreed to raise big money for Fischer and Bill Bardenwerper’s their lawyer. You think the green endorsement was criminal. What happened between Fischer and the hbal is worse!
    Just MORE of the same old BullShit! When will the residents of Louisville ever wake up, and DEMAND to hold our politicans to do things on the UP & UP!

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