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Can’t A Wealthy Person Help Out In Jeffersonville?

January 16th, 2014 by admin · 1 Comment

Developer Todd Blue is getting ready to build a surface parking lot on the vacant ground he owns behind the newly stabilized Whiskey Row facades on W. Main Street, according to a plan filed with Louisville Metro government. [WDRB]

This continues to be one of the dumbest waste of taxpayer dollars in Kentucky – fighting to stop the sales of booze in Kroger. Kentucky’s post-Prohibition era ban on wine and liquor at grocery stores is constitutional, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday, saying the state has every right to restrict the sales, “just as a parent can reduce a child’s access to liquor.” [C-J/AKN]

Another day, another pedestrian hit by a car in Possibility City. One person was struck by a vehicle near PRP High School early Thursday morning. [WHAS11]

Maybe it’s time for GLI to hang up its hat. Greater Louisville Inc., the metro chamber of commerce, is not ready to celebrate the end of a successful annual campaign — just yet. [Business First]

Here’s your morning moment of deja vu. The possibility of a pro soccer team setting up shop in Louisville has fans teeming with excitement. [WLKY]

As a property owner, would you rent to someone who has a history of missing rent payments, maybe even a couple of evictions, and who moves a lot? Probably not. But what if you looked deeper and discovered the person is a victim of domestic violence who has been forced to move out of harm’s way with little or no resources? [H-L]

A federal appeals court ruling may not mean last call in the battle over who can sell packaged wine and liquor in the Commonwealth. [WAVE3]

This guy apparently found Jennifer Lawrence’s phone in New York and gave it back to her. [Thought Catalog]

A longtime endeavor of the late University of Louisville dean J. Blaine Hudson is set to resume later this month. [WFPL]

Pizza is a big business in America. The two largest pizza companies in the country, Pizza Hut and Domino’s, accounted for $20 billion in sales in 2013, according to Pizza Today magazine (yes, there’s a Pizza Today magazine). [WaPo]

Bullitt Fiscal Court members voted Wednesday to approve a smoking ban on county-owned property. [C-J/AKN]

Haven House in Jeffersonville is facing even more debt over sewer bills. You can thank your crazy mayor for that mess. [News & Tribune]

Tags: Alcohol · Business · Charity · Downtown · Greater Louisville Inc. · Indiana · Possibility City · Race · Smoking Ban · Sports

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  • 1 Richard S. // Jan 16, 2014 at 9:17 am

    … and Pizza Today magazine is based in Louisville.

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