Now Jerry Abramson Is Trying To Ruin Charlotte

Ford Motor Co. sold 197,249 vehicles in August, a 12.6 percent increase from the same month a year earlier. [Business First]

Seems like only moments ago Joe Arnold was freaking out over these murals. Preservationists say they will do everything they can to preserve murals found in the sub-basement of a vacant Whiskey Row building that was briefly home to a club for sadomasochism. [C-J/AKN]

Something tells us this won’t end well at all. Mayor Greg Fischer spoke about what was next for Louisville’s Metro Public Works following the sudden resignation of Director Ted Pullen. [WAVE3]

Are you better off than you were four years ago? That classic question — so famously asked by then-candidate Ronald Reagan in 1980 — is again a topic of great debate as Democrats kick off their 2012 national convention in Charlotte, N.C. [NPR]

Louisville’s Metro Council President says there is money available to help the downtown arena with its cash flow problems. [WDRB]

Let’s see how much money they can waste this year! The Jefferson County Teachers Association is prepared to fund campaigns for three candidates it recently endorsed for open school board seats, but union officials have not yet determined how much they may invest. [WFPL]

A national financial magazine has ranked Kentucky 47th in overall fiscal health, thanks to its rising pension obligations and relatively high debt levels. [H-L]

Neighbors say a stretch of Brownsboro Road in the East End is notorious for crashes whenever it rains. An Airforce Captain died in a motorcycle crash over the holiday weekend. [WHAS11]

Do you think Charlotte should be afraid that they’re looking to Jerry Abramson regarding a potential merger of governments? [Charlotte Business Journal]

No wonder animals in need never get the care they deserve. A Charlestown City Animal Control officer facing meth related charges was in court Tuesday afternoon. [WLKY]

3 thoughts on “Now Jerry Abramson Is Trying To Ruin Charlotte

  1. @Whiskey Row Murals comments section: Almost all the people commenting on this story explains why Downtown Louisville is basically either a parking lot or a bunch of crappy ticky-tacky styrofoam buildings with all their taste on the mouth and tongue of the of ass-kissing politicians who allowed what was there to be torn down.

  2. To quote the Cramps: People ain’t no good, oh no, people ain’t no good, oh no, they never do what I think they should, so people ain’t no good.

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