Johnson Should Spend More Time w/His Family

Despite delays and changes to school meals and bus routes, JCPS says its first day back to class on Wednesday was a success. [WDRB]

Sorry, no, raising taxes like this while Greg Fischer and others spend money on random people and random jobs like it’s going out of style? No. Possibility City should not be jacking taxes up for anything until spending is under control. [C-J/AKN]

A Mississippi man was convicted in Louisville on Wednesday for extorting the UofL Athletics Department. [WHAS11]

Keep those umbrellas close. It’s about to start pouring garbage in Kentucky’s U.S. Senate race. [H-L]

Mary Pat Vonderhaar suffered a stroke in 1997. Her left side was paralyzed and she spent the next three years confined to a wheelchair. Now, she is back in that wheelchair and police said it is her husband that put her there. [WLKY]

Woah, Fox and CNN must be taking their suicide coverage cues from WHAS11’s folks. [HuffPo]

Metro Councilman Dan Johnson may sell his house to pay off debts that came to light in recent lawsuits from two Louisville businesses. [WAVE3]

Tensions between protesters and police in Ferguson, Missouri, have mounted during a fourth night of unrest since a black teenager was shot dead by police. [BBC]

Goodness gracious, it’s time for Dan Johnson and his assistant/aide/whatever to just give up and go home. [WFPL]

Eight state leaders signed their names to a letter to Kentucky Coal Association President Bill Bissett asking him and the association to join them in demanding Elaine Chao, former U.S. Labor Secretary and wife of U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, resign from Bloomberg Philanthropies’ board of directors. Because she’s apparently not permitted to have a different opinion than her husband? [Richmond Register]

Louisville Water Co.’s bond sale to pay off a 2006 bond issue will produce more savings than originally anticipated. [Business First]

Waiting for the bus in Clarksville can be an uncomfortable experience for some, but officials with the town and the Transit Authority of River City have set their sights on changing that. [News & Tribune]

3 thoughts on “Johnson Should Spend More Time w/His Family

  1. Johnson should pay for the audit. He has known for almost a year that he wrote a bad check.
    This should be a campaign issue.

  2. Johnson needs to figure out what he’s doing. Things have been going from bad to worse since Ray Manley retired. He fires his aide and then he hires his pal to be his aide, they both apparently have serious and on-going financial problems. Johnson portrays the aide as being an attorney which he is not, and tries to justify paying him more than the previous aide on this basis. The aide is making wild statements to the point he has to be banned from social media and censured by the caucus. What next? The district deserves better than this. # crazytrain

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