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Meeting Name: Metro Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 8/23/2018 6:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
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ID 18-1262 11. Discussion ItemAddresses to Council - August 23, 2018    Action details Not available
ID 18-1248 12. Discussion ItemPresident James recognized "Riders for Heroes" and Tim Morris of the Greater Louisville Central Labor Council.   Action details Video Video
ID 18-1253 13. Discussion ItemCouncil Member Peden recognized administration and staff of Marion C. Moore High School: Rob Faulk, Principal; Karla French, Cafeteria Manager    Action details Video Video
ID 18-1254 14. Discussion ItemCouncil Member Peden recognized administration and staff of Luhr Elementary School: Lynley Schroering, Principal; Krista Campisano, Coordinator of Family Resource Center    Action details Video Video
ID 18-1255 15. Discussion ItemCouncil Member Peden recognized Kayleigh Knies from District 23.   Action details Video Video
ID 18-1258 16. Discussion ItemCouncil Member Hamilton recognized the West Louisville All-Stars Little League Baseball team.   Action details Video Video
ID 18-1250 17. ProclamationPresident James presented a Special Proclamation to Greater Louisville Inc. (GLI). Kent Oyler, GLI, spoke.   Action details Video Video
ID 18-1249 18. Discussion ItemPresident James presented a Special Proclamation to Nick Kouloungis, Metro Department of Information Technology.   Action details Video Video
ID 18-1251 19. ProclamationPresident James will present a Special Proclamation - President James did not present this proclamation as the recipient of the proclamation was unable to make it to the meeting.   Action details Not available
ID 18-1252 110. ProclamationPresident James will present a Special Proclamation - President James did not present this proclamation as the recipient of the proclamation was unable to make it to the meeting.   Action details Not available
ID 18-1256 111. ProclamationCouncil Member Ackerson presented a Special Proclamation honoring Brandon Bishop and the Jeffersontown 11U Strike Baseball All-Stars.   Action details Video Video
ID 18-1259 112. ProclamationCouncil Member Woolridge presented a Special Proclamation in honor of Women's Equality Day, Sunday, August 26, 2018.   Action details Video Video
ID 18-1260 113. MinutesRegular: Metro Council - August 9, 2018approvedPass Action details Video Video
ID 18-1261 114. MinutesRegular: Committee of the Whole - August 9, 2018   Action details Not available
ID 18-1199 115. MinutesRegular: Planning, Zoning and Annexation Committee - August 14, 2018   Action details Not available
ID 18-1246 116. MinutesRegular: Public Works, Facilities, Transportation and Accessibility Committee - August 14, 2018   Action details Not available
ID 18-1227 117. MinutesRegular: Labor, Economic Development and Contracts Committee - August, 14, 2018   Action details Not available
ID 18-1204 118. MinutesRegular: Government Oversight, Audit and Ethics Committee - August 14, 2018   Action details Not available
ID 18-1225 119. MinutesRegular: Community Affairs and Housing Committee - August 15, 2018   Action details Not available
ID 18-1213 120. MinutesRegular: Public Safety Committee - August 15, 2018   Action details Not available
ID 18-1247 121. MinutesRegular: Appropriations Committee - August 15, 2018   Action details Not available
ID 18-1218 122. MinutesRegular: Appointments Committee - August 16, 2018   Action details Not available
ID 18-1257 123. MinutesRegular: Budget Committee - August 16, 2018   Action details Not available
ID 18-1240 124. Discussion ItemUrban Services District Board - Micah Hundley (New Appointment). Metro Council approval is not required.   Action details Not available
ID 18-1241 125. Discussion ItemCivil Service Board - Julie Baines (New Appointment). Metro Council approval is not required.   Action details Not available
ID 18-1242 126. Discussion ItemEthics Commission - Susan Rhodes, David Waskey (Reappointments).   Action details Not available
ID 18-1243 127. Discussion ItemBuilding Code Board of Appeals - Carey L. Anderson (Reappointment) and Madonna Wilson, Eileen Van Hoose, Anthony Ehlers (New Appointments).   Action details Not available
RP081618DL 128. AppointmentREAPPOINTMENT OF DONALD LASSERE TO THE LOUISVILLE CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU COMMISSION. TERM EXPIRES AUGUST 16, 2021.approvedPass Action details Not available
AP081618MJ 129. AppointmentAPPOINTMENT OF MICHAEL JAMES TO THE POLICE MERIT BOARD. TERM EXPIRES JUNE 1, 2019.approvedPass Action details Not available
O-239-18 130. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $10,000 FROM DISTRICT 6 NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUNDS, THROUGH THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET, TO KENTUCKY SHAKESPEARE, INC., FOR PROGRAMMING COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE KENTUCKY SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL IN CENTRAL PARK.passedPass Action details Not available
O-238-18 131. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $10,000 FROM DISTRICT 21 NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUNDS, THROUGH THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET, TO THE WESLEY HOUSE COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC., FOR STAFFING OF THE LOUISVILLE WORKS ESL, COMPUTER AND JOB READINESS PROGRAM.passedPass Action details Not available
O-246-18 132. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $6,750 FROM NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUNDS, IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER: $1,500 FROM DISTRICT 5; $1000 EACH FROM DISTRICTS 1, 2, AND 3; $500 EACH FROM DISTRICT 6, 7, AND 26; AND $250 EACH FROM DISTRICTS 10, 14, AND 15; THROUGH THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET, TO LOUISVILLE METRO POLICE FOUNDATION, INC. FOR PROGRAMMING COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE WEST LOUISVILLE APPRECIATION FESTIVAL.passedPass Action details Not available
O-265-18 133. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $9,600 FROM DISTRICT 3 NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUNDS, THROUGH THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET, TO DARE TO CARE, INC. FOR THE BACKPACK BUDDY PROGRAM AT CANE RUN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.passedPass Action details Not available
O-257-18 134. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 108, SERIES 2018 AND ORDINANCE NO. 109, SERIES 2018 RELATING TO THE FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS, RESPECTIVELY, BY TRANSFERRING $10,700 FROM THE DISTRICT 6 NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUND TO THE DISTRICT 6 CAPITAL INFRASTRUCTURE FUND.passedPass Action details Not available
O-264-18 135. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 108, SERIES 2018 AND ORDINANCE NO. 109, SERIES 2018 RELATING TO THE FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS, RESPECTIVELY, BY TRANSFERRING $50,000 FROM THE DISTRICT 11 NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUND TO THE DISTRICT 11 CAPITAL INFRASTRUCTURE FUND.passedPass Action details Not available
R-137-18 136. ResolutionA RESOLUTION APPROVING THE GRANTING OF LOCAL INCENTIVES TO GENERAL ELECTRIC CORPORATION, AND ANY SUBSEQUENT ASSIGNEES OR APPROVED AFFILIATES THEREOF PURSUANT TO KRS CHAPTER 154, SUBCHAPTER 25.adoptedPass Action details Not available
R-139-18 137. ResolutionA RESOLUTION APPROVING THE GRANTING OF LOCAL INCENTIVES TO BROWN-FORMAN CORPORATION AND ANY SUBSEQUENT ASSIGNEES OR APPROVED AFFILIATES THEREOF PURSUANT TO KRS CHAPTER 154, SUBCHAPTER 32.adoptedPass Action details Not available
R-141-18 138. ResolutionA RESOLUTION APPROVING THE GRANTING OF LOCAL INCENTIVES TO V-SOFT CONSULTING GROUP, INC. AND ANY SUBSEQUENT ASSIGNEES OR APPROVED AFFILIATES THEREOF PURSUANT TO KRS CHAPTER 154, SUBCHAPTER 32.adoptedPass Action details Not available
R-145-18 139. ResolutionA RESOLUTION RATIFYING AND APPROVING A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT (JULY 31, 2018 TO JUNE 30, 2023) RELATING TO WAGES, HOURS, AND OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT BETWEEN LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT AND AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE, COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES AFL-CIO, LOCAL 2629 (AFSCME), CONCERNING NON-PROBATIONARY, NON-SUPERVISORY, REGULAR EMPLOYEES OF METRO GOVERNMENT FOR WHOM AFSCME IS RECOGNIZED AS THE EXCLUSIVE BARGAINING REPRESENTATIVE IN THE FOLLOWING METRO GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS: PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELLNESS, OFFICE OF RESILIENCE AND COMMUNITY SERVICES, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT - AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT, METRO ANIMAL SERVICES, METRO CORRECTIONS, YOUTH DETENTION SERVICES, CODES AND REGULATIONS - CONSTRUCTION REVIEW, DEVELOP LOUISVILLE, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, REVENUE COMMISSION, AND THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET - FINANCE (BILLING).adoptedPass Action details Not available
R-146-18 140. ResolutionA RESOLUTION PURSUANT TO THE CAPITAL AND OPERATING BUDGET ORDINANCES, APPROVING THE APPROPRIATION TO FUND THE FOLLOWING NONCOMPETITIVELY NEGOTIATED SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT FROM PARC CONCERNING MAINTENANCE SERVICE AND REPLACEMENT PARTS FOR PROPRIETARY PRODUCTS PURCHASED FROM - (HUB PARKING TECHNOLOGY USA, INC. - $300,000.00).adoptedPass Action details Not available
O-252-18 141. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE CLOSING A PORTION OF REAMERS ROAD EAST OF LAGRANGE ROAD AND BEING IN LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO. 17STREETS1018).passedPass Action details Not available
O-253-18 142. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE CLOSING AN UNIMPROVED ALLEY NORTH OF E. HILL STREET, EAST OF S. BROOK STREET AND WEST OF AN UNNAMED ALLEY CONTAINING 1,272 SQUARE FEET AND BEING IN LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO. 18STREETS1008).passedPass Action details Not available
O-254-18 143. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 108, SERIES 2018 AS PERTAINING TO THE FISCAL YEAR 2018-2019 OPERATING BUDGET BY AMENDING THE LANGUAGE RELATED TO THE $60,000 GRANT TO THE URBAN LEAGUE FOR HOUSING REHABILITATION TO JESUS & A JOB GROUP TO BE ADMINISTERED BY THE OFFICE FOR SAFE & HEALTHY NEIGHBORHOODS.passedPass Action details Not available
R-143-18 144. ResolutionA RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ACCEPT $88,080 OF GRANT FUNDING FROM THE COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT CABINET FOR THE APPLICATION OF A RUBBER-MODIFIED ASPHALT OVERLAY PROJECT ADMINISTERED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS & ASSETS.adoptedPass Action details Not available
R-133-18 145. ResolutionA RESOLUTION RATIFYING AND APPROVING A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT (JULY 1, 2017 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2023) RELATING TO WAGES, BENEFITS, AND OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT BETWEEN LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT AND LOUISVILLE METRO TRAFFIC GUARDS ASSOCIATION CONCERNING CERTAIN EMPLOYEES OF LOUISVILLE METRO POLICE DEPARTMENT.adoptedPass Action details Video Video
AP081618SL 146. AppointmentAPPOINTMENT OF STANLEY LOGAN, JR. TO THE ST. MATTHEWS FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT BOARD. TERM EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2019.approvedPass Action details Video Video
R-144-18 147. ResolutionA RESOLUTION HONORING ARTHUR M. WALTERS BY DEDICATING THE CORNER OF SOUTH 16TH STREET AND WEST BROADWAY TO BE NAMED “ARTHUR M. WALTERS WAY” IN HIS HONOR.adoptedPass Action details Video Video
O-234-18 148. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING [$6,000] [$16,500] $17,500 FROM NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUNDS IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER: $5,000 FROM DISTRICT 24; $1,000 EACH FROM DISTRICTS 9, 12, 13, 14, 17, AND 21; [AND] $500 EACH FROM DISTRICTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 10, [AND] 15, 16, 22, 23, AND 25; AND $250 EACH FROM DISTRICTS 18 AND 20; THROUGH THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET, TO THE COALITION FOR THE HOMELESS, INC. FOR PROGRAMMING EXPENSES ASSOCIATED WITH PROJECT STAND DOWN AND THE “GIVE-A-JAM” EVENT (AS AMENDED).amended  Action details Video Video
O-234-18 148. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING [$6,000] [$16,500] $17,500 FROM NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUNDS IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER: $5,000 FROM DISTRICT 24; $1,000 EACH FROM DISTRICTS 9, 12, 13, 14, 17, AND 21; [AND] $500 EACH FROM DISTRICTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 10, [AND] 15, 16, 22, 23, AND 25; AND $250 EACH FROM DISTRICTS 18 AND 20; THROUGH THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET, TO THE COALITION FOR THE HOMELESS, INC. FOR PROGRAMMING EXPENSES ASSOCIATED WITH PROJECT STAND DOWN AND THE “GIVE-A-JAM” EVENT (AS AMENDED).passed as amendedPass Action details Video Video
O-250-18 149. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING [$5,001] [$8,251] $12,751 FROM NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUNDS IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER: $3,501 FROM DISTRICT 25; $2,000 FROM DISTRICT 14; $1,500 FROM DISTRICT 26; $1,000 [EACH] FROM DISTRICT[S 13 AND] 15; $500 EACH FROM DISTRICTS 1, 3, 6, 10, 12, 13, 17, 20, AND 22; AND $250 FROM DISTRICT 9; THROUGH THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET, TO SHIRLEY'S WAY, INC. FOR PROGRAM EXPENSES ASSOCIATED WITH SHIRLEY'S WAY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (AS AMENDED).amendedPass Action details Video Video
O-250-18 1  OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING [$5,001] [$8,251] $12,751 FROM NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUNDS IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER: $3,501 FROM DISTRICT 25; $2,000 FROM DISTRICT 14; $1,500 FROM DISTRICT 26; $1,000 [EACH] FROM DISTRICT[S 13 AND] 15; $500 EACH FROM DISTRICTS 1, 3, 6, 10, 12, 13, 17, 20, AND 22; AND $250 FROM DISTRICT 9; THROUGH THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET, TO SHIRLEY'S WAY, INC. FOR PROGRAM EXPENSES ASSOCIATED WITH SHIRLEY'S WAY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (AS AMENDED).passed as amendedPass Action details Video Video
O-258-18 150. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $11,400 FROM NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUNDS IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER: $3,500 FROM DISTRICT 15; $2,000 FROM DISTRICT 21; $1,200 FROM DISTRICT 25 $1,000 EACH FROM DISTRICTS 13 AND 14; $500 FROM DISTRICTS 1, 6, 9, 10, AND 12; AND $100 FROM DISTRICTS 4 AND 24; THROUGH THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET, TO SOUTH LOUISVILLE COMMUNITY MINISTRIES, INC. FOR EXPENSES ASSOCIATED WITH CONDUCTING ITS TASTE OF SOUTH LOUISVILLE FUNDRAISING EVENT AND PROGRAM EXPENSES ASSOCIATED WITH PROVIDING EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE TO QUALIFYING INDIVIDUALS.passedPass Action details Video Video
O-218-18 151. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 108, SERIES 2018, RELATING TO THE FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 OPERATING BUDGET FOR LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT, BY TRANSFERRING [$26,000] $25,000 FROM THE NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUND (DISTRICT 6) TO LOUISVILLE METRO COUNCIL GENERAL OPERATIONS (DISTRICT 6). (AS AMENDED)withdrawn  Action details Video Video
O-219-18 152. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 108, SERIES 2018 AND ORDINANCE NO. 109, SERIES 2018 RELATING TO THE FISCAL YEAR 2018-2019 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS, RESPECTIVELY, BY TRANSFERRING [$100,000] $150,000 FROM THE DISTRICT 7 NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUND TO THE DISTRICT 7 CAPITAL INFRASTRUCTURE FUND AND BY TRANSFERRING $100,000 FROM THE DISTRICT 16 NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUND TO THE DISTRICT 16 CAPITAL INFRASTRUCTURE FUND AND BY TRANSFERRING $50,000 FROM THE DISTRICT 22 NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUND TO THE DISTRICT 22 CAPITAL INFRASTRUCTURE FUND. (AS AMENDED)passedPass Action details Video Video
O-266-18 253. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 090, SERIES 2009 RELATING TO THE FISCAL YEAR 2009-10 CAPITAL BUDGET AND AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 118, SERIES 2010 RELATING TO THE FISCAL YEAR 2010-11 CAPITAL BUDGET AND AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 107, SERIES 2013 RELATING TO THE FISCAL 2013-14 CAPITAL BUDGET AND AMENDING ORDIANCE NO. 102, SERIES 2016 RELATING TO THE FISCAL YEAR 2016-17 CAPITAL ORDINANCE AND AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 115, SERIES 2017 RELATING TO THE FISCAL YEAR 2017-18 CAPITAL BUDGET AND AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 109, SERIES 2018 RELATING TO THE FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 CAPITAL BUDGET FOR THE LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT BY REALLOCATING $202,305.72 OF PUBLIC WORKS & ASSETS AND PARKS & RECREATION CAPITAL FUNDS (AMENDMENT BY SUBSTITUTION).passedPass Action details Video Video
O-255-18 154. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING FROM M-2 INDUSTRIAL TO EZ-1 ENTERPRISE ZONE ON PROPERTY LOCATED AT 840 EAST CHESTNUT STREET CONTAINING .226 ACRES AND BEING IN LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO. 18ZONE1036).passedPass Action details Video Video
O-256-18 155. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING FROM R-4 RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY TO R-5A RESIDENTIAL MULTI-FAMILY AND OR-1 OFFICE/RESIDENTIAL ON PROPERTY LOCATED AT 6305 CAMPGROUND ROAD CONTAINING 7.69 AND .45 ACRES AND BEING IN LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO. 17ZONE1035).passedPass Action details Video Video
O-267-18 156. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING [$16,800]$22,050 FROM NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUNDS IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER: $5,000 FROM DISTRICT 3; $3,000 FROM DISTRICT 24; $1,500 FROM DISTRICT 12; $1,000 EACH FROM DISTRICTS 2, 10, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, [AND ]22 AND 25; $500 FROM DISTRICTS 1, 6, 7, 16, [AND ]17 AND 23; $250 FROM DISTRICT 9; $200 FROM DISTRICT 5; AND $100 FROM DISTRICT 4; THROUGH THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET, TO THE LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY, INC. FOR PROGRAM EXPENSES ASSOCIATED WITH “LIGHT THE NIGHT WALK” AND OPERATING EXPENSES. (AS AMENDED)assigned  Action details Not available
O-270-18 157. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $17,500 FROM NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUNDS IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER: $12,500 FROM DISTRICT 8 AND $5,000 FROM DISTRICT 9, THROUGH THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET, TO HIGHLAND COMMERCE GUILD, INC. FOR GRAFFITI ABATEMENT.assigned  Action details Not available
O-271-18 158. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $10,000 FROM DISTRICT 8 NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUNDS, THROUGH THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET, TO HIGHLANDS COMMUNITY MINISTRIES, INC. FOR PROGRAMMING EXPENSES ASSOCIATED WITH CONDUCTING THE CAMPUS LUNCH PROGRAM FOR SENIOR CITIZENS.assigned  Action details Not available
O-298-18 159. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $10,000 FROM DISTRICT 6 NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUNDS, THROUGH DEVELOP LOUISVILLE, TO THE OFFICE OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FOR A METRO HOUSING RESOURCE CENTER PROPOSED CONTRACTUAL INCREASE SUPPORTING DISTRICT 6 EMERGENCY HOME REPAIR PROGRAMS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO PAINT AND LIGHTING INITIATIVES.assigned  Action details Not available
O-275-18 160. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $14,550 NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUNDS IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER: $3,500 FROM DISTRICT 15; $2,000 FROM DISTRICT 21; $1,500 EACH FROM DISTRICTS 7, 10, 13, AND 25; $1,300 FROM DISTRICT 1; $750 EACH FROM DISTRICTS 12 AND 14; AND $250 FROM DISTRICT 6; TO METRO PARKS DEPARTMENT TO FUND THE 2018 LOUISVILLE JACK O’LANTERN SPECTACULAR HELD AT IROQUOIS PARK AND PROVIDE VOUCHERS FOR REDUCED ADMISSION.assigned  Action details Not available
O-268-18 161. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE CONCERNING THE LEVY OF TAXES WITHIN THE LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT AND THE LOUISVILLE URBAN SERVICES DISTRICT FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2019.assigned  Action details Not available
O-285-18 162. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 118 TO ADOPT A LOCAL FOOD PERMIT FOR FOOD SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS TO BE IMPLEMENTED AND ENFORCED BY THE LOUISVILLE METRO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELLNESS. (AMENDMENT BY SUBSTITUTION.)assigned  Action details Not available
R-157-18 163. ResolutionA RESOLUTION AMENDING SECTION 4 OF THE RULES OF THE LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT COUNCIL TO ADDRESS THE INITIATION OF AUDITS AND INVESTIGATIONS.assigned  Action details Not available
R-162-18 164. ResolutionA RESOLUTION REQUESTING THE OFFICE OF INTERNAL AUDIT OF THE LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT TO CONDUCT AN AUDIT OF LOUISVILLE METRO POLICE DEPARTMENT TO REVIEW THE ADMINISTRATION OF OVERTIME BETWEEN DECEMBER 2016 AND AUGUST 2018.assigned  Action details Not available
R-158-18 165. ResolutionA RESOLUTION PURSUANT TO THE CAPITAL AND OPERATING BUDGET ORDINANCES APPROVING THE APPROPRIATION TO FUND THE FOLLOWING NONCOMPETITIVELY NEGOTIATED PROFESSIONAL SERVICE CONTRACT FOR LMPD CONCERNING CLINICAL FORENSIC MEDICINE OF LIVING PEOPLE - (UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE - $125,000.00).assigned  Action details Not available
R-159-18 166. ResolutionA RESOLUTION PURSUANT TO THE CAPITAL AND OPERATING BUDGET ORDINANCES, APPROVING THE APPROPRIATION TO FUND THE FOLLOWING NONCOMPETITIVELY NEGOTIATED PROFESSIONAL SERVICE CONTRACT - (UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER, INC., D/B/A UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE HOSPITAL/JAMES GRAHAM BROWN CANCER CENTER - $46,000.00).assigned  Action details Not available
O-287-18 167. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 35 TO REQUIRE MANDATORY ARBITRATION IN COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR EMPLOYEES OF THE LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT. (AMENDMENT BY SUBSTITUTION)assigned  Action details Not available
R-160-18 168. ResolutionA RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ACCEPT FUNDS OF $845,200 FROM THE LOUISVILLE OLMSTED PARKS CONSERVANCY, INC., FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS AT TYLER PARK TO BE ADMINISTERED BY THE METRO PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT.assigned  Action details Not available
O-286-18 169. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING FROM C-1 COMMERCIAL, R-6 MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL, AND EZ-1 ENTERPRISE ZONE TO PDD PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT AND CHANGING THE FORM DISTRICT FROM TRADITIONAL WORKPLACE AND TRADITIONAL MARKETPLACE CORRIDOR TO TRADITIONAL WORKPLACE ON PROPERTIES LOCATED AT 1800, 1824, 1912, 2014, 2018, AND 2028 WEST BROADWAY; 744 DIXIE HIGHWAY; 711, 712-716, AND 721 SOUTH 20TH STREET; 713-715 KENDALL COURT; AND TAX BLOCK 36C LOTS 85 AND 172 CONTAINING 21.096 ACRES AND BEING IN LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO. 17ZONE1073).assigned  Action details Not available
O-289-18 170. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING FROM R-4 RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY TO C-1 COMMERCIAL ON PROPERTY LOCATED AT 9201, 9205, AND 9211 PRESTON HIGHWAY CONTAINING 2.2 ACRES AND BEING IN LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO. 17ZONE1017) (AS AMENDED).assigned  Action details Not available
O-290-18 171. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING FROM C-1 COMMERCIAL TO C-2 COMMERCIAL ON PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1154 LOGAN STREET CONTAINING .165 ACRES AND BEING IN LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO. 18ZONE1000).assigned  Action details Not available
O-292-18 172. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING FROM R-4 RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY TO C-1 COMMERCIAL ON PROPERTY LOCATED AT 9101 TAYLORSVILLE ROAD CONTAINING 1.11 ACRES AND BEING IN LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO. 17ZONE1043).assigned  Action details Not available
O-294-18 173. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING FROM C-1 COMMERCIAL TO C-2 COMMERCIAL ON PROPERTY LOCATED AT 5315 DIXIE HIGHWAY CONTAINING .787 ACRES AND BEING IN LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO. 18ZONE1027)(AS AMENDED).assigned  Action details Not available
O-269-18 174. OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE AWARDING A COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES FRANCHISE TO INSIGHT KENTUCKY PARTNERS II, L.P., LOCALLY KNOWN AS CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS, PURSUANT TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS IN CHAPTER 116 OF THE LOUISVILLE METRO CODE OF ORDINANCES.assigned  Action details Not available