Louisville Metro Government  
Action Summary - Final  
Thursday, December 1, 2022  
6:00 PM  
THIS MEETING IS BEING HELD VIA VIDEO TELECONFERENCE  
Council Chambers/Virtural  
Metro Council  
Angela Bowens (D-1), Barbara Shanklin (D-2), Keisha Dorsey (D-3),  
Jecorey Arthur (D-4), Donna L. Purvis (D-5), David James (D-6), Paula McCraney (D-7),  
Cassie Chambers Armstrong (D-8), Bill Hollander (D-9), Pat Mulvihill (D-10),  
Kevin Kramer (R-11), Rick Blackwell (D-12), Mark Fox (D-13), Cindi Fowler (D-14),  
Kevin Triplett (D-15), Scott Reed (R-16), Markus Winkler (D-17),  
Marilyn Parker (R-18), Anthony Piagentini (R-19), Stuart Benson (R-20),  
Nicole George (D-21), Robin Engel (R-22), James Peden (R-23), Madonna Flood (D-24),  
Amy Holton Stewart (D-25), Brent Ackerson (D-26)  
President: David James (D-6)  
President Pro-Tem: Markus Winkler (D-17)  
Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance  
Council President James called the meeting to order at 6:13 p.m. This  
meeting was held pursuant to KRS 61.826 and Council Rule 5A. All Council  
Members attended the meeting in Chambers, except for the following who  
attended virtually via WebEx:  
- Council Member Shanklin  
- Council Member Dorsey  
- Council Member Arthur  
- Council Member Purvis  
- Council Member Flood  
Members Roll Call  
A quorum was established.  
19 -  
Present:  
Council Member Barbara Shanklin (D-2), Council Member Keisha Dorsey (D-3),  
Council Member Jecorey Arthur (D-4), Council Member Donna L. Purvis (D-5),  
Council Member David James (D-6), Council Member Paula McCraney (D-7),  
Council Member Cassie Chambers Armstrong (D-8), Council Member Pat Mulvihill  
(D-10), Council Member Kevin Kramer (R-11), Council Member Rick Blackwell  
(D-12), Council Member Cindi Fowler (D-14), Council Member Scott Reed (R-16),  
Council Member Markus Winkler (D-17), Council Member Marilyn Parker (R-18),  
Council Member Anthony Piagentini (R-19), Council Member Stuart Benson (R-20),  
Council Member Robin Engel (R-22), Council Member Madonna Flood (D-24) and  
Council Member Brent Ackerson (D-26)  
Support Staff  
Hollie Hopkins, Jefferson County Attorney's Office  
Paul Rutherford, Jefferson County Attorney's Office  
Travis Fiechter, Jefferson County Attorney's Office  
Kathryn Meador, Jefferson County Attorney's Office  
Robbie Howard, Jefferson County Attorney's Office  
Robert Tinsley, Civic Innovation and Technology  
Clerk(s)  
Sonya Harward, Clerk  
Cheryl Woods, Assistant Clerk  
Moment of Silence  
Council President James spoke to this item.  
Introduction of Page(s)  
Council Member George introduced Hazel Goetz, the Page from District 21.  
1.  
Special Recognitions and Proclamations  
2.  
President James and Council Members recognized the University of Louisville Interns  
and Dr. David Imbroscio.  
Addresses to the Council  
3.  
Addresses to Council - December 1, 2022  
Attachments:  
The Clerk called forward the following speakers:  
- Michelle James  
- Dr. Libby Mims, MD  
- Cindy Pablo  
- Judi Jennings  
- Nina Musgrave  
- Jeff Cavalcante  
- Dr. Ankita Gupta  
- Melissa Adkins  
- Joel Collings  
Council Minutes  
Regular: Metro Council - November 10, 2022  
4.  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Council Member Triplett, seconded by Council Member  
Engel, that the Council Minutes be approved. The motion carried by a voice  
vote.  
Committee Minutes  
A motion was made by Council Member Triplett, seconded by Council Member  
Piagentini, that the Committee Minutes be approved. The motion carried by a  
voice vote.  
Regular: Committee of the Whole - November 10, 2022  
5.  
6.  
7.  
Attachments:  
Regular: Planning and Zoning Committee - November 15, 2022  
Attachments:  
Regular: Labor and Economic Development Committee - November 15, 2022.  
Attachments:  
8.  
9.  
Regular: Public Works Committee - November 15, 2022  
Attachments:  
Regular: Government Oversight and Audit Committee - November 15, 2022.  
Attachments:  
10.  
Regular: Community Affairs, Housing, Health and Education Committee - November 16,  
2022.  
Attachments:  
11.  
12.  
13.  
14.  
15.  
16.  
Regular: Public Safety Committee - November 16, 2022  
Attachments:  
Regular: Appropriations Committee - November 16, 2022  
Attachments:  
Regular: Parks and Sustainability Committee - November 17, 2022  
Attachments:  
Regular: Committee on Equity and Inclusion - November 17, 2022  
Attachments:  
Regular: Budget Committee - November 17, 2022  
Attachments:  
Regular: Committee on Committees - November 29, 2022  
Attachments:  
Communications to the Council  
The Clerk read the appointments into the record. Those appointments  
requiring Council approval were assigned to the Government Oversight and  
Audit Committee.  
17.  
18.  
Bardstown Road Overlay District - Brian Davis (New Appointment).  
Attachments:  
Brightside Board of Directors - LeeAnn Anderson (Reappointment). Metro Council  
Approval is not required.  
Attachments:  
19.  
20.  
Domestic Violence Prevention Coordinating Council - Latosha Perry (New  
Appointment).  
Attachments:  
Kentucky Science Center - Heidi Konyenbelt and Rebecca Johnson (New  
Appointment(s). Metro Council approval is not required.  
Attachments:  
21.  
22.  
23.  
Louisville Downtown Management District Board - David Hobbs (Reappointment).  
Attachments:  
Planning Commission - William Fischer (New Appointment).  
Attachments:  
Zoo Foundation Board - Cory Skolnick (New Appointment). Metro Council Approval is  
not required.  
Attachments:  
24.  
25.  
Affordable Housing Trust Fund Board - Yolanda Carter (New Appointment), JD Carey,  
Katharine Dobbins, Kimberly Sickles (Reappointment(s).  
Attachments:  
Downtown Development Review Overlay District - Rebecca Fleischaker (New  
Appointment).  
Attachments:  
Consent Calendar  
A motion was made by Council Member Triplett, seconded by Council Member  
Piagentini, to approve the Consent Calendar. The motion carried by the  
following vote and all items on the Consent Calendar were approved:  
25 -  
Yes:  
Bowens, Shanklin, Dorsey, Purvis, James, McCraney, Chambers Armstrong,  
Hollander, Mulvihill, Kramer, Blackwell, Fox, Fowler, Triplett, Reed, Winkler, Parker,  
Piagentini, Benson, George, Engel, Peden, Flood, Holton Stewart and Ackerson  
1 - Arthur  
Absent:  
Legislation forwarded from APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE  
26.  
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 115, SERIES 2017, RELATING TO  
THE FISCAL YEARS 2017-2018 CAPITAL BUDGET, ORDINANCE NO. 088, SERIES  
2021, RELATING TO FISCAL YEARS 2021-2022 CAPITAL BUDGET, ORDINANCE NO.  
084, SERIES 2022, AND ORDINANCE NO. 083, SERIES 2022, RELATING TO FISCAL  
YEARS 2022-2023 CAPITAL AND OPERATING BUDGETS, RESPECTIVELY, BY  
TRANSFERRING $185,000 FROM THE DISTRICT 23 CAPITAL INFRASTRUCTURE  
FUND TO THE DISTRICT 23 NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUND.  
Primary James Peden (R-23)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
This Ordinance was passed on the Consent Calendar.  
Enactment No: Ordinance 172-2022  
27.  
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 083, SERIES 2022, AND ORDINANCE  
NO. 084, SERIES 2022, RELATING TO THE FISCAL YEAR 2022-2023 OPERATING  
AND CAPITAL BUDGETS, RESPECTIVELY, BY TRANSFERRING $50,000 FROM THE  
DISTRICT 22 NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUND TO THE DISTRICT 22  
CAPITAL INFRASTRUCTURE FUND.  
Primary Robin Engel (R-22)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
This Ordinance was passed on the Consent Calendar.  
Enactment No: Ordinance 173-2022  
Legislation forwarded from BUDGET COMMITTEE  
28.  
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 233, SERIES 2017, RELATING TO  
THE FISCAL YEAR 2017-2018 CAPITAL BUDGET AND ORDINANCE NO. 082,  
SERIES 2019, RELATING TO THE FISCAL YEAR 2019-2020 CAPITAL BUDGET FOR  
THE LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT BY  
TRANSFERRING $129,225 TO AN EXISTING PROJECT TITLED RIVERVIEW PARK  
MASTER PLAN IMPROVEMENTS.  
Primary Rick Blackwell (D-12)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
This Ordinance was passed on the Consent Calendar.  
Enactment No: Ordinance 174-2022  
29.  
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 121 OF THE LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON  
COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT CODE OF ORDINANCES REGARDING TRANSIENT  
ROOM TAXATION.  
Primary Bill Hollander (D-9)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
This Ordinance was passed on the Consent Calendar.  
Enactment No: Ordinance 175-2022  
30.  
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 149, SERIES 2018, ,ORDINANCE NO.  
018, SERIES 2021, ORDINANCE NO. 072, SERIES 2021, AND ORDINANCE NO. 084,  
SERIES 2022 RELATING TO THE FISCAL YEAR 2022-2023 CAPITAL BUDGET FOR  
THE LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT BY  
TRANSFERRING $8,846.72 TO THE EXISTING D7 WESTPORT/HERR LANE  
IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT.  
Primary Paula McCraney (D-7)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
This Ordinance was passed on the Consent Calendar.  
Enactment No: Ordinance 176-2022  
31.  
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 072, SERIES 2020, RELATING TO  
THE FISCAL YEAR 2020-2021 CAPITAL BUDGET, ORDINANCE NO. 088, SERIES  
2021, RELATING TO THE FISCAL YEAR 2021-2022 CAPITAL BUDGET, AND  
ORDINANCE 084, SERIES 2022, RELATING TO THE FISCAL YEAR 2022-2023  
CAPITAL BUDGET FOR THE LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO  
GOVERNMENT BY REALLOCATING $1,400,000 FROM THE FISCAL COURT  
BUILDING DEMOLITION PROJECT TO FUND EXISTING CAPITAL PROJECTS.  
Primary Bill Hollander (D-9)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
This Ordinance was passed on the Consent Calendar.  
Enactment No: Ordinance 177-2022  
32.  
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SEVERAL SECTIONS OF CHAPTER 32 OF THE  
LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT CODE OF  
ORDINANCES REGARDING LOUISVILLE METRO REVENUE COMMISSION AND  
USE OF REVENUES COLLECTED.  
Primary Bill Hollander (D-9)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
This Ordinance was passed on the Consent Calendar.  
Enactment No: Ordinance 178-2022  
Legislation forwarded from COMMUNITY AFFAIRS, HOUSING, HEALTH AND  
EDUCATION COMMITTEE  
33.  
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO CODE OF  
ORDINANCES CHAPTER 92 REGARDING UNLAWFUL PRACTICES IN  
CONNECTION WITH HOUSING TO INCLUDE THE PROHIBITION OF CERTAIN  
ECONOMIC DISCRIMINATION.  
Primary Jecorey Arthur (D-4) and Primary Bill Hollander (D-9)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
This Ordinance was passed on the Consent Calendar.  
Enactment No: Ordinance 179-2022  
Legislation forwarded from GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT AND AUDIT COMMITTEE  
34.  
APPOINTMENT OF DAVID ALLGOOD TO THE COMMISSION FOR PERSONS WITH  
DISABILITIES (TERM EXPIRES DECEMBER 12, 2023).  
Attachments:  
This Appointment was approved on the Consent Calendar.  
35.  
REAPPOINTMENT OF MATTHEW MICHAUD TO THE EXTENSION BOARD (TERM  
EXPIRES DECEMBER 31, 2025).  
Attachments:  
This Reappointment was approved on the Consent Calendar.  
36.  
37.  
38.  
39.  
REAPPOINTMENT OF ALEXANDRA MARTINDALE TO THE HUMAN RELATIONS  
ADVOCACY BOARD (TERM EXPIRES SEPTEMBER 30, 2025).  
Attachments:  
This Reappointment was approved on the Consent Calendar.  
REAPPOINTMENT OF DR. KARAN SHAH TO THE HUMAN RELATIONS ADVOCACY  
BOARD (TERM EXPIRES SEPTEMBER 30, 2025).  
Attachments:  
This Reappointment was approved on the Consent Calendar.  
APPOINTMENT OF KATE MEADOR TO THE LANDMARKS AND PRESERVATION  
DISTRICTS COMMISSION (TERM EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30, 2025).  
Attachments:  
This Appointment was approved on the Consent Calendar.  
REAPPOINTMENT OF LORI STAHLGREN TO THE LANDMARKS AND  
PRESERVATION DISTRICTS COMMISSION (TERM EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30, 2025).  
Attachments:  
This Reappointment was approved on the Consent Calendar.  
40.  
41.  
42.  
43.  
REAPPOINTMENT OF CHRIS FULLER TO THE LANDMARKS AND PRESERVATION  
DISTRICTS COMMISSION (TERM EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30, 2025).  
Attachments:  
This Reappointment was approved on the Consent Calendar.  
REAPPOINTMENT OF STEFANIE BUZAN TO THE LANDMARKS AND  
PRESERVATION DISTRICTS COMMISSION (TERM EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30, 2025).  
Attachments:  
This Reappointment was approved on the Consent Calendar.  
REAPPOINTMENT OF DAVID OMIDY TO THE LANDMARKS AND PRESERVATION  
DISTRICTS COMMISSION (TERM EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30, 2025).  
Attachments:  
This Reappointment was approved on the Consent Calendar.  
REAPPOINTMENT OF MORGAN WARD TO THE LANDMARKS AND PRESERVATION  
DISTRICTS COMMISSION (TERM EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30, 2025).  
Attachments:  
This Reappointment was approved on the Consent Calendar.  
Legislation forwarded from LABOR AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE  
44.  
A RESOLUTION PURSUANT TO THE CAPITAL AND OPERATING BUDGET  
ORDINANCES APPROVING THE APPROPRIATION TO FUND THE FOLLOWING  
NONCOMPETITIVELY NEGOTIATED PROFESSIONAL SERVICE CONTRACT FOR  
LOUISVILLE METRO DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS CONCERNING EMPLOYER  
BRANDING SERVICES - (INCIPIO WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS, LLC - $100,800).  
Primary David James (D-6)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
This Resolution was adopted on the Consent Calendar.  
Enactment No: Resolution 145-2022  
45.  
A RESOLUTION PURSUANT TO THE CAPITAL AND OPERATING BUDGET  
ORDINANCES APPROVING THE APPROPRIATION TO FUND THE FOLLOWING  
NONCOMPETITIVELY NEGOTIATED PROFESSIONAL SERVICE CONTRACT FOR  
LOUISVILLE METRO PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELLNESS (“LMPHW”) CONCERNING  
ASSISTANCE FOR LMPHW’S COVID-19 MULTICULTURAL COMMUNITY CAMPAIGN  
- (HONING LLC - $52,000.00).  
Primary David James (D-6)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
This Resolution was adopted on the Consent Calendar.  
Enactment No: Resolution 146-2022  
Legislation forwarded from PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE  
46.  
A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR AND,  
UPON APPROVAL, TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH THE KENTUCKY  
OFFICE OF HOMELAND SECURITY (“KOHS”) TO EXECUTE ANY DOCUMENTS  
WHICH ARE DEEMED NECESSARY BY KOHS TO FACILITATE AND ADMINISTER  
THE PROJECT AND TO ACT AS THE AUTHORIZED CORRESPONDENT FOR THIS  
PROJECT IN THE AMOUNT OF $178,716 FOR THE PURCHASE AND  
REPLACEMENT OF RIFLES FOR THE SWAT TEAM TO BE ADMINISTERED BY THE  
LOUISVILLE METRO POLICE DEPARTMENT.  
Primary Mark Fox (D-13)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
This Resolution was adopted on the Consent Calendar.  
Enactment No: Resolution 147-2022  
47.  
A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ACCEPT A DONATION OF  
SURPLUS FURNITURE, VALUED AT $70,000, FROM THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF  
JUSTICE DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION, LOUISVILLE DIVISION OFFICE,  
FOR FUTURE USE BY THE LOUISVILLE METRO POLICE DEPARTMENT TO BE  
ADMINISTERED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF FACILITIES AND FLEET MANAGEMENT.  
Primary Mark Fox (D-13)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
This Resolution was adopted on the Consent Calendar.  
Enactment No: Resolution 148-2022  
Legislation forwarded from PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE  
48.  
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE LOUISVILLE METRO CODE OF ORDINANCES  
SECTIONS 51.101 AND 51.102 REGARDING THE WASTE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT  
BOARD.  
Primary Bill Hollander (D-9)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
This Ordinance was passed on the Consent Calendar.  
Enactment No: Ordinance 180-2022  
49.  
A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO A GRANT  
AGREEMENT UP TO A TOTAL OF $70,000.00 WITH THE KENTUCKY  
TRANSPORTATION CABINET, DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS, TO EXECUTE ANY  
DOCUMENTS NECESSARY TO FACILITATE AND ADMINISTER, THROUGH THE  
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS & ASSETS, THE ACCEPTANCE OF FUNDS TO  
DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT A REALIGNED OLD BARDSTOWN ROAD TO ALIGN  
WITH THE ENTRANCE TO WALGREENS AT HILLOCK DRIVE IN JEFFERSON  
COUNTY.  
Primary Robin Engel (R-22)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
This Resolution was adopted on the Consent Calendar.  
Enactment No: Resolution 149-2022  
Special Legislation  
[See the "Unedited Captioning Transcript of Metro Council Meeting - December  
1, 2022.pdf" attached at the end of this Action Summary for additional  
information regarding the discussion of each item.]  
A motion was made by Council Member Winkler, seconded by Council  
Member Piagentini, to invoke Council Rule 7.01(a) to allow R-191-22 and  
R-195-22 be considered as emergency legislation. The motion carried by a  
voice vote.  
50.  
AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION INITIATING A REVIEW OF THE DECISION OF THE  
PLANNING COMMISSION TO APPROVE THE REVISED DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT  
PLAN PROPOSED IN CASE NO. 22-DDP-0098 FOR THE PROPERTY LOCATED AT  
13905 AIKEN ROAD.  
Primary Anthony Piagentini (R-19)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Council Member Engel, seconded by Council Member  
Piagentini, that this Resolution be approved.  
Council Member Piagentini spoke to this item.  
The motion carried by a voice vote and the Resolution was adopted.  
Enactment No: Resolution 150-2022  
51.  
AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION INITIATING A REVIEW OF THE DECISION OF THE  
DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION TO APPROVE  
A REVISED DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR THE PROPERTY LOCATED AT  
PARCEL IDS 004702390000 AND 004702940000 ON OLD HEADY ROAD IN LOUISVILLE  
METRO.  
Primary Stuart Benson (R-20)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Council Member Triplett, seconded by Council Member  
Piagentini, that this Resolution be approved.  
Council Member Benson spoke to this item.  
The motion carried by a voice vote and the Resolution was adopted.  
Enactment No: Resolution 151-2022  
Old Business  
[See the "Unedited Captioning Transcript of Metro Council Meeting - December  
1, 2022.pdf" attached at the end of this Action Summary for additional  
information regarding the discussion of each item.]  
For Reconsideration  
52.  
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE REVISED DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR  
PROPERTIES LOCATED AT 10501 AND 10511 PRESTON HIGHWAY CONTAINING  
APPROXIMATELY 0.79 ACRES AND BEING IN LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO.  
22DDP0054). (AS AMENDED)  
Primary Madonna Flood (D-24)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Council Member Winkler, seconded by Council  
Member Piagentini, that this Ordinance be reconsidered.  
The following spoke to this item:  
- Council Member Flood  
- Travis Fiechter, Jefferson County Attorney's Office  
The motion carried by a voice vote.  
Enactment No: Ordinance 170-2022  
A motion was made by Council Member Peden, seconded by Council Member  
Fowler, that this Ordinance be approved.  
A motion was made by Council Member Flood, seconded by Council Member  
Peden, that this Ordinance be amended as shown in the attached document  
titled "O-317-22 V.2 FAM 120122 Revised District Development Plan for 10501  
and 10511 Preston Highway.pdf."  
The motion to amend carried by a voice vote.  
Enactment No: Ordinance 170-2022  
The motion to approve carried by the following vote and the amended  
Ordinance passed:  
24 -  
Yes:  
Bowens, Shanklin, Dorsey, Purvis, James, McCraney, Chambers Armstrong,  
Hollander, Mulvihill, Kramer, Blackwell, Fox, Fowler, Triplett, Reed, Parker,  
Piagentini, Benson, George, Engel, Peden, Flood, Holton Stewart and Ackerson  
2 - Arthur and Winkler  
Absent:  
Enactment No: Ordinance 170-2022  
53.  
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING YEAR-END OPERATING BUDGET TRANSFERS  
BETWEEN VARIOUS AGENCIES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2021-2022 AND TO PROVIDE  
VARIOUS TRANSFERS AS DETAILED HEREIN (AMENDMENT BY SUBSTITUTION).  
Primary Bill Hollander (D-9) and Primary Kevin Kramer (R-11)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Council Member Triplett, seconded by Council Member  
Reed, that this Ordinance be approved.  
Council Member Hollander spoke to this item.  
A motion was made by Council Member Winkler, seconded by Council  
Member Piagentini, that this Ordinance be amended by substitution as shown  
in the attached document titled "O-338-22 V.3 FABS 120122 Year-End Budget  
Transfers Between Agencies.pdf."  
The following spoke to the proposed amendment:  
- Council Member Winkler  
- Council Member Fowler  
The motion to amend by substitution carried by a voice vote.  
Enactment No: Ordinance 181-2022  
Council Member Ackerson spoke to this item.  
A motion was made by Council Member Ackerson, seconded by Council  
Member Reed, that this Ordinance be tabled.  
The motion to table failed by the following vote:  
12 -  
Yes:  
No:  
Bowens, Shanklin, Arthur, Purvis, McCraney, Kramer, Fox, Reed, Parker, Benson,  
Engel and Ackerson  
13 -  
Dorsey, James, Chambers Armstrong, Hollander, Blackwell, Fowler, Triplett,  
Winkler, Piagentini, George, Peden, Flood and Holton Stewart  
1 - Mulvihill  
Absent:  
Enactment No: Ordinance 181-2022  
The discussion continued and the following spoke to this item:  
- Council Member Piagentini  
- Council Member Reed  
- Council Member Kramer  
- Council Member Fowler  
A motion was made by Council Member Fowler, seconded by Council Member  
Dorsey, to call the question.  
The motion to call the question carried by a voice vote.  
Enactment No: Ordinance 181-2022  
The motion to approve carried by the following vote and the Ordinance  
passed:  
23 -  
Yes:  
Bowens, Shanklin, Dorsey, Purvis, James, McCraney, Chambers Armstrong,  
Hollander, Mulvihill, Kramer, Blackwell, Fox, Fowler, Triplett, Winkler, Parker,  
Piagentini, Benson, George, Engel, Peden, Flood and Holton Stewart  
2 - Reed and Ackerson  
1 - Arthur  
No:  
Absent:  
Enactment No: Ordinance 181-2022  
54.  
AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A SIXTH ROUND OF THE AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN  
(ARP) LOCAL FISCAL RECOVERY FUNDING TO VARIOUS LOUISVILLE METRO  
GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS TO ADDRESS THE CONTINUED IMPACT OF COVID-19  
ON THE ECONOMY, PUBLIC HEALTH, STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS,  
INDIVIDUALS, AND BUSINESS (AMENDMENT BY SUBSTITUTION).  
Primary Markus Winkler (D-17) and Primary David James (D-6)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Council Member Triplett, seconded by Council Member  
Fox, that this Ordinance be approved.  
The following spoke to this item:  
- Council Member Hollander  
- Council Member Winkler  
- Council Member Piagentini explained that he needed to be removed as a  
sponsor and would be abstaining due to a potential conflict of interest with his  
business.  
The motion carried by the following vote and the Ordinance passed:  
25 -  
Yes:  
Bowens, Shanklin, Dorsey, Arthur, Purvis, James, McCraney, Chambers  
Armstrong, Hollander, Mulvihill, Kramer, Blackwell, Fox, Fowler, Triplett, Reed,  
Winkler, Parker, Benson, George, Engel, Peden, Flood, Holton Stewart and  
Ackerson  
1 - Piagentini  
Abstain:  
Enactment No: Ordinance 182-2022  
55.  
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO  
GOVERNMENT CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 119 REGARDING THE  
REGISTRATION OF RENTAL HOUSING TO INCLUDE AND ASSIGN THE DIRECTOR OF  
LOUISVILLE METRO CODES AND REGULATIONS, OR DESIGNEE, FURTHER  
ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT DUTIES REGARDING THE REGISTRY OF  
RENTAL HOUSING UNITS (AS AMENDED).  
Sponsors:Primary Rick Blackwell (D-12), Primary Keisha Dorsey (D-3), Primary Nicole George  
(D-21), Primary Jecorey Arthur (D-4), Primary Donna L. Purvis (D-5), Additional  
Barbara Shanklin (D-2) and Additional David James (D-6)  
Attachments:  
Council President James stated that this item was being held.  
[Clerk's Note: See actions taken later in the meeting for this item.]  
Enactment No: Ordinance 197-2022  
56.  
AN ORDINANCE CREATING CHAPTER 167 OF THE LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY  
METRO GOVERNMENT CODE OF ORDINANCES REQUIRING PROPERTY OWNERS TO  
REMEDY LEAD HAZARDS LEAD ABATEMENT OF IN ALL RENTAL HOUSING UNITS IN  
LOUISVILLE METRO. (AMENDMENT BY SUBSTITUTION)(AS AMENDED)  
Primary Cassie Chambers Armstrong (D-8)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Council Member Triplett, seconded by Council Member  
Reed, that this Ordinance be approved.  
The following spoke to this item:  
- Council Member Shanklin  
- Council Member Chambers Armstrong  
A motion was made by Council Member Chambers Armstrong, seconded by  
Council Member Winkler, that this Ordinance be amended as shown in the  
attached document titled "O-134-22 V.3 FAM 120122 Amend Chapter 119 and  
creating Chapter 167 of the LMCO.pdf."  
The motion to amend carried by a voice vote.  
Enactment No: Ordinance 183-2022  
Council Member Fowler spoke to this item.  
A motion was made by Council Member Fowler, seconded by Council Member  
Reed, to limit debate.  
The motion to limit debate carried by a voice vote.  
Enactment No: Ordinance 183-2022  
The discussion continued and the following spoke to this item:  
- Council Member Winkler  
- Council Member Hollander  
- Council Member Piagentini  
The motion carried by the following vote and the amended Ordinance passed:  
25 -  
Yes:  
Bowens, Shanklin, Dorsey, Arthur, Purvis, James, McCraney, Chambers  
Armstrong, Hollander, Mulvihill, Kramer, Blackwell, Fox, Triplett, Reed, Winkler,  
Parker, Piagentini, Benson, George, Engel, Peden, Flood, Holton Stewart and  
Ackerson  
1 - Fowler  
Enactment No: Ordinance 183-2022  
Absent:  
57.  
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 39 OF THE LOUISVILLE METRO CODE OF  
ORDINANCES RECOGNIZING JUNE NINETEENTH AS “JUNETEENTH NATIONAL  
FREEDOM DAY” (AMENDMENT BY SUBSTITUTION).  
Sponsors:Primary David James (D-6), Primary Keisha Dorsey (D-3), Primary Angela Bowens  
(D-1), Primary Barbara Shanklin (D-2), Primary Donna L. Purvis (D-5), Additional  
Jecorey Arthur (D-4), Additional Paula McCraney (D-7) and Additional Kevin Triplett  
(D-15)  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Council Member Triplett, seconded by Council Member  
Winkler, that this Ordinance be approved.  
Council Member Shanklin spoke to this item.  
* Council President James relinquished the chair to President Pro-Tem  
Winkler at 7:50 p.m.  
- Council President James spoke to this item.  
The motion carried by the following vote and the Ordinance passed:  
* Council President James resumed the chair at 7:54 p.m.  
25 -  
Yes:  
Bowens, Shanklin, Dorsey, Arthur, Purvis, James, McCraney, Chambers  
Armstrong, Hollander, Mulvihill, Kramer, Blackwell, Fox, Fowler, Triplett, Reed,  
Winkler, Parker, Piagentini, Benson, George, Engel, Peden, Flood and Ackerson  
1 - Holton Stewart  
Absent:  
Enactment No: Ordinance 184-2022  
58.  
A RESOLUTION DESIGNATING CERTAIN CENSUS BLOCKS LOCATED IN COUNCIL  
DISTRICTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 12, 15, 21, AND 24 AS PRIORITY PROJECT AREAS TO BE  
INCLUDED IN THE TAX DELINQUENCY DIVERSION PROGRAM. (AS AMENDED)  
Sponsors:Primary David James (D-6), Additional Jecorey Arthur (D-4), Additional Keisha Dorsey  
(D-3) and Additional Donna L. Purvis (D-5)  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Council Member Triplett, seconded by Council Member  
Piagentini, that this Resolution be approved.  
The following spoke to this item:  
- Council Member Shanklin  
- Council Member Arthur  
The motion carried by a voice vote and the Resolution was adopted.  
Enactment No: Resolution 152-2022  
59.  
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 37 OF THE LOUISVILLE/ JEFFERSON COUNTY  
METRO CODE OF ORDINANCES TO SUPPORT BUSINESSES WHICH HIRE PERSONS  
CONVICTED OF A CRIME BY REQUIRING A GOOD FAITH EFFORT TO INCREASE  
PROCUREMENT FROM THOSE SECOND CHANCE BUSINESSES.  
Sponsors:Primary Keisha Dorsey (D-3), Primary Cassie Chambers Armstrong (D-8), Additional  
Jecorey Arthur (D-4), Additional Barbara Shanklin (D-2), Additional Angela Bowens  
(D-1) and Additional Donna L. Purvis (D-5)  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Council Member Triplett, seconded by Council Member  
Peden, that this Ordinance be approved.  
The following spoke to this item:  
- Council Member Dorsey  
- Council President James stated that he would be abstaining due to his wife's  
employment.  
- Council Member Piagentini  
The motion to approve carried by the following vote and the Ordinance  
passed:  
22 -  
Yes:  
Bowens, Shanklin, Dorsey, Arthur, Purvis, McCraney, Chambers Armstrong,  
Hollander, Mulvihill, Kramer, Blackwell, Fowler, Triplett, Reed, Piagentini, Benson,  
George, Engel, Peden, Flood, Holton Stewart and Ackerson  
2 - Fox and Parker  
1 - Winkler  
No:  
Absent:  
Abstain:  
1 - James  
Enactment No: Ordinance 185-2022  
60.  
A RESOLUTION PURSUANT TO THE CAPITAL AND OPERATING BUDGET  
ORDINANCES APPROVING THE APPROPRIATION TO FUND THE FOLLOWING  
NONCOMPETITIVELY NEGOTIATED PROFESSIONAL SERVICE CONTRACT FOR  
LOUISVILLE METRO PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELLNESS CONCERNING ITS  
EMPLOYMENT OF A HEALTH ECONOMIST (UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE - $75,020).  
Primary David James (D-6)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Council Member Triplett, seconded by Council Member  
Engel, that this Resolution be approved.  
The following spoke to this item:  
- Council Member Dorsey  
- Council Member Chambers Armstrong stated that she would be abstaining  
due to her employment with the University of Louisville  
A motion was made by Council Member Piagentini, seconded by Council  
Member Triplett, that items 60 (R-159-22) and 61 (R-160-22) be considered at the  
same time.  
The motion carried by a voice vote.  
Enactment No: Resolution 153-2022  
The motion to approve carried by the following vote and items 60 (R-159-22)  
and 61 (R-160-22) were adopted:  
24 -  
Yes:  
Bowens, Shanklin, Dorsey, Purvis, James, McCraney, Hollander, Mulvihill, Kramer,  
Blackwell, Fox, Fowler, Triplett, Reed, Winkler, Parker, Piagentini, Benson, George,  
Engel, Peden, Flood, Holton Stewart and Ackerson  
1 - Arthur  
Absent:  
Abstain:  
1 - Chambers Armstrong  
Enactment No: Resolution 153-2022  
61.  
A RESOLUTION PURSUANT TO THE CAPITAL AND OPERATING BUDGET  
ORDINANCES APPROVING THE APPROPRIATION TO FUND THE FOLLOWING  
NONCOMPETITIVELY NEGOTIATED PROFESSIONAL SERVICE CONTRACT FOR  
LOUISVILLE METRO PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELLNESS CONCERNING THE  
RETENTION OF AN ACADEMIC HEALTH COORDINATOR (UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE  
- $104,686.00).  
Primary David James (D-6)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
See item 60.  
Enactment No: Resolution 154-2022  
62.  
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE REVISED DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR  
PROPERTIES LOCATED AT 13712 AND 13801 ENGLISH VILLA DRIVE CONTAINING  
APPROXIMATELY 1.3 ACRES AND BEING IN LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO.  
22DDP0075).  
Primary Madonna Flood (D-24)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Council Member Winkler, seconded by Council  
Member Triplett, that this Ordinance be approved.  
The following spoke to this item:  
- Council Member Flood  
- Council Member Kramer  
- Council Member Piagentini  
The motion carried by the following vote and the Ordinance passed:  
25 -  
Yes:  
Bowens, Shanklin, Dorsey, Purvis, James, McCraney, Chambers Armstrong,  
Hollander, Mulvihill, Kramer, Blackwell, Fox, Fowler, Triplett, Reed, Winkler, Parker,  
Piagentini, Benson, George, Engel, Peden, Flood, Holton Stewart and Ackerson  
1 - Arthur  
Absent:  
Enactment No: Ordinance 186-2022  
63.  
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE ZONING OF PROPERTY LOCATED AT 4922  
BROWNSBORO ROAD CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 6.61 ACRES AND BEING IN  
LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO. 22ZONE0061).  
Primary Madonna Flood (D-24)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Council Member Triplett, seconded by Council Member  
Piagentini, that this Ordinance be approved.  
The following spoke to this item:  
- Council Member Flood  
- Council Member McCraney  
The motion carried by the following vote and the Ordinance passed:  
24 -  
Yes:  
Bowens, Shanklin, Dorsey, Purvis, James, McCraney, Chambers Armstrong,  
Mulvihill, Kramer, Blackwell, Fox, Fowler, Triplett, Reed, Winkler, Parker,  
Piagentini, Benson, George, Engel, Peden, Flood, Holton Stewart and Ackerson  
2 - Arthur and Hollander  
Absent:  
Enactment No: Ordinance 187-2022  
64.  
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE ZONING OF PROPERTIES LOCATED AT 7803,  
7809, 7813, 7817, 7819 AND 7821 MANSLICK ROAD AND 7736 AND 7742 3RD STREET  
ROAD CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 21.8 ACRES AND BEING IN LOUISVILLE METRO  
(CASE NO. 21ZONE0139). (AS AMENDED)  
Primary Madonna Flood (D-24)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Council Member Triplett, seconded by Council Member  
Piagentini, that this Ordinance be approved.  
The following spoke to this item:  
- Council Member Flood  
- Council Member Holton Stewart  
The motion carried by the following vote and the Ordinance passed:  
25 -  
Yes:  
Bowens, Shanklin, Dorsey, Purvis, James, McCraney, Chambers Armstrong,  
Hollander, Mulvihill, Kramer, Blackwell, Fox, Fowler, Triplett, Reed, Winkler, Parker,  
Piagentini, Benson, George, Engel, Peden, Flood, Holton Stewart and Ackerson  
1 - Arthur  
Absent:  
Enactment No: Ordinance 188-2022  
65.  
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE ZONING OF PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1140  
CHEROKEE ROAD CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 0.3493 ACRES AND BEING IN  
LOUISVILLE METRO (CASE NO. 22ZONE0097).  
Primary Madonna Flood (D-24)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Council Member Triplett, seconded by Council Member  
Piagentini, that this Ordinance be approved.  
The following spoke to this item:  
- Council Member Flood  
- Council Member Chambers Armstrong  
The motion carried by the following vote and the Ordinance passed:  
25 -  
Yes:  
Bowens, Shanklin, Dorsey, Purvis, James, McCraney, Chambers Armstrong,  
Hollander, Mulvihill, Kramer, Blackwell, Fox, Fowler, Triplett, Reed, Winkler, Parker,  
Piagentini, Benson, George, Engel, Peden, Flood, Holton Stewart and Ackerson  
1 - Arthur  
Absent:  
Enactment No: Ordinance 189-2022  
66.  
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE LOUISVILLE METRO LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE  
RELATING TO OUTDOOR DINING (CASE NO. 22-LDC-0006).  
Primary Madonna Flood (D-24)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Council Member Winkler, seconded by Council  
Member Piagentini, that this Ordinance be approved.  
The following spoke to this item:  
- Council Member Flood  
- Council Member Peden  
- Council Member Reed  
- Council Member Fowler  
The motion carried by the following vote and the Ordinance passed:  
25 -  
Yes:  
Bowens, Shanklin, Dorsey, Purvis, James, McCraney, Chambers Armstrong,  
Hollander, Mulvihill, Kramer, Blackwell, Fox, Fowler, Triplett, Reed, Winkler, Parker,  
Piagentini, Benson, George, Engel, Peden, Flood, Holton Stewart and Ackerson  
1 - Arthur  
Absent:  
Enactment No: Ordinance 190-2022  
Motion to Challenge the Chair  
Council Member Blackwell asked for a point of privilege to question the  
holding of item 55 (O-182-22) without a decision by the Council to do so.  
A motion was made by Council Member Blackwell, seconded by Council  
Member Fowler, to appeal the decision of the Chair regarding the decision to  
hold item 55 (O-182-22).  
* Council President James relinquished the chair to President Pro-Tem  
Winkler.  
President Pro-Tem Winkler explained that the question was whether the  
decision of the President would stand as the decision of the Council.  
The motion failed by the following vote and the decision of the President was  
overturned:  
* After the vote, Council President James resumed the chair and it was  
decided that item 55 (O-182-22) would be heard at the end of Old Business.  
5 - Bowens, James, Reed, George and Ackerson  
Yes:  
No:  
20 -  
Shanklin, Dorsey, Purvis, McCraney, Chambers Armstrong, Hollander, Mulvihill,  
Kramer, Blackwell, Fox, Fowler, Triplett, Winkler, Parker, Piagentini, Benson,  
Engel, Peden, Flood and Holton Stewart  
1 - Arthur  
Absent:  
67.  
AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING [$12,000] $14,000 FROM NEIGHBORHOOD  
DEVELOPMENT FUNDS IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER: $12,000 FROM DISTRICT 23;  
AND $500 EACH FROM DISTRICTS 1, 10, 13, AND 16, THROUGH THE OFFICE OF  
MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET, TO HIGHVIEW ARTS, INC. FOR COSTS ASSOCIATED  
WITH OPERATING THE HIGHVIEW ARTS CENTER (AS AMENDED).  
Sponsors:Primary James Peden (R-23), Additional Mark Fox (D-13), Additional Scott Reed  
(R-16), Additional Pat Mulvihill (D-10) and Additional Angela Bowens (D-1)  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Council Member Winkler, seconded by Council  
Member Engel, that this Ordinance be approved.  
The following spoke to this item:  
- Council Member Blackwell  
- Council Member Peden  
The motion carried by the following vote and the Ordinance passed:  
25 -  
Yes:  
Bowens, Shanklin, Dorsey, Arthur, Purvis, James, McCraney, Chambers  
Armstrong, Hollander, Mulvihill, Kramer, Blackwell, Fox, Fowler, Triplett, Reed,  
Winkler, Parker, Benson, George, Engel, Peden, Flood, Holton Stewart and  
Ackerson  
1 - Piagentini  
Absent:  
Enactment No: Ordinance 191-2022  
68.  
AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING [$4,000] $10,750 FROM NEIGHBORHOOD  
DEVELOPMENT FUNDS IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER: $4,000 FROM DISTRICT 5;  
$1,000 EACH FROM DISTRICTS 4 AND 7; $500 EACH FROM DISTRICTS 1, 3, 6, 8, 10, 12,  
AND 24; AND $250 EACH FROM DISTRICTS 2, 14, 15, 17, AND 21, THROUGH THE  
OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET, TO ONEWEST CORPORATION FOR COSTS  
ASSOCIATED WITH THE WINTER WONDERLAND EVENT AT SHAWNEE PARK (AS  
AMENDED).  
Primary Donna L. Purvis (D-5)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Council Member Fox, seconded by Council Member  
McCraney, that this Ordinance be approved.  
The following spoke to this item:  
- Council Member Blackwell  
- Council Member Purvis  
A motion was made by Council Member Triplett, seconded by Council Member  
Piagentini, that this Ordinance be amended as follows:  
- add $1,000 each from Districts 4 and 7  
- add $500 each from Districts 1, 3, 6, 8, 10, 12, and 24  
- add $250 each from Districts 2, 14, 15, 17, and 21  
The motion to amend carried by a voice vote for a new appropriation total of  
$10,750.  
Enactment No: Ordinance 192-2022  
The motion to approve carried by the following vote and the Ordinance  
passed:  
26 -  
Yes:  
Bowens, Shanklin, Dorsey, Arthur, Purvis, James, McCraney, Chambers  
Armstrong, Hollander, Mulvihill, Kramer, Blackwell, Fox, Fowler, Triplett, Reed,  
Winkler, Parker, Piagentini, Benson, George, Engel, Peden, Flood, Holton Stewart  
and Ackerson  
Enactment No: Ordinance 192-2022  
55.  
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO  
GOVERNMENT CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 119 REGARDING THE  
REGISTRATION OF RENTAL HOUSING TO INCLUDE AND ASSIGN THE DIRECTOR OF  
LOUISVILLE METRO CODES AND REGULATIONS, OR DESIGNEE, FURTHER  
ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT DUTIES REGARDING THE REGISTRY OF  
RENTAL HOUSING UNITS (AS AMENDED).  
Sponsors:Primary Rick Blackwell (D-12), Primary Keisha Dorsey (D-3), Primary Nicole George  
(D-21), Primary Jecorey Arthur (D-4), Primary Donna L. Purvis (D-5), Additional  
Barbara Shanklin (D-2) and Additional David James (D-6)  
Attachments:  
A motion was made by Council Member Triplett, seconded by Council Member  
Reed, that this Ordinance be approved.  
A motion was made by Council Member Fowler, seconded by Council Member  
Fox, to limit debate.  
The motion to limit debate carried by a voice vote.  
Enactment No: Ordinance 197-2022  
The following spoke to this item:  
- Council Member George  
- Council Member Blackwell  
- Council Member Winkler  
A motion was made by Council Member Winkler, seconded by Council  
Member Fowler, that this Ordinance be amended as shown in the attached  
document titled "O-182-22 PROPOSED FAM 120122 Regarding Registry of  
Rental Houing Units.pdf."  
The following spoke to the proposed amendment:  
- Council Member Arthur  
- Council Member George  
- Council Member Piagentini  
- Council Member Dorsey  
- Council Member McCraney  
Enactment No: Ordinance 197-2022  
A motion was made by Council Member McCraney, seconded by Council  
Member George, that this Ordinance be tabled.  
The motion to table failed by the following vote:  
13 -  
Yes:  
No:  
Bowens, Shanklin, Dorsey, Arthur, Purvis, James, McCraney, Chambers  
Armstrong, Fox, Benson, George, Peden and Ackerson  
13 -  
Hollander, Mulvihill, Kramer, Blackwell, Fowler, Triplett, Reed, Winkler, Parker,  
Piagentini, Engel, Flood and Holton Stewart  
Enactment No: Ordinance 197-2022  
The discussion continued and the following spoke to the proposed  
amendment:  
- Council Member McCraney  
- Council Member Reed  
A motion was made by Council Member Reed, seconded by Council Member  
Piagentini, that this Ordinance be recommitted.  
The motion to recommit carried by the following vote and the Ordinance was  
recommitted to the Public Works Committee.  
20 -  
Yes:  
Bowens, Shanklin, Dorsey, Purvis, James, McCraney, Chambers Armstrong,  
Kramer, Fox, Triplett, Reed, Winkler, Parker, Piagentini, Benson, George, Engel,  
Peden, Holton Stewart and Ackerson  
5 - Hollander, Mulvihill, Blackwell, Fowler and Flood  
1 - Arthur  
No:  
Absent:  
Enactment No: Ordinance 197-2022  
After the vote, the following spoke to this item:  
- Council Member George  
- Council Member Piagentini  
Enactment No: Ordinance 197-2022  
Announcements  
New Business  
Council President James made announcements regarding the following:  
- Parking passes for those that park in Council's lot  
- Council's Holiday Celebration  
The Assistant Clerk provided a first reading of New Business and the respective  
committee assignments for the record.  
Legislation assigned to APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE  
69.  
AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING [$12,500] $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 FOR MATERIALS AND LABOR COSTS  
FOR ITS GRAFFITI ABATEMENT AND CLEAN UP PROGRAM (AS AMENDED).  
Primary Cassie Chambers Armstrong (D-8)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
Enactment No: Ordinance 207-2022  
70.  
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 083, SERIES 2022, AND ORDINANCE  
NO. 084, SERIES 2022, RELATING TO THE FISCAL YEAR 2022-2023 OPERATING  
AND CAPITAL BUDGETS, RESPECTIVELY, BY TRANSFERRING [$78,821]  
$85,350.16 FROM THE DISTRICT 25 NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUND TO  
THE DISTRICT 25 CAPITAL INFRASTRUCTURE FUND. (AS AMENDED)  
Primary Amy Holton Stewart (D-25)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
Enactment No: Ordinance 208-2022  
71.  
81.  
72.  
AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $82,401 FROM DISTRICT 23 NEIGHBORHOOD  
DEVELOPMENT FUNDS TO PUBLIC WORKS FOR INSTALLATION OF STREET  
LIGHTS THROUGHOUT DISTRICT 23, AND A FIVE-YEAR CONTRACT WITH  
LOUISVILLE GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY.  
Primary James Peden (R-23)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
Enactment No: Ordinance 210-2022  
A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE SCHEDULE OF THE REGULAR MEETINGS OF  
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF THE LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO  
GOVERNMENT (“COUNCIL”) FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 2023.  
Primary David James (D-6)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
Enactment No: Resolution 157-2022  
AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING [$33,458.32] $38,665.62 FROM DISTRICT 10  
NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUNDS, THROUGH THE OFFICE OF  
MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET, TO AUDUBON PARK FOR THE PURCHASE OF  
SEVEN POLICE RADIOS TO BE USED BY AUDUBON PARK POLICE TO  
COMMUNICATE WITH LOUISVILLE METRO POLICE DEPARTMENT OFFICERS (AS  
AMENDED).  
Primary Pat Mulvihill (D-10)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
Enactment No: Ordinance 209-2022  
73.  
AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $10,000 FROM DISTRICT 26 NEIGHBORHOOD  
DEVELOPMENT FUNDS TO THE LOUISVILLE METRO POLICE DEPARTMENT  
(“LMPD”) TO FUND ADDITIONAL HOURS FOR LMPD OFFICERS TO PROVIDE  
SPEEDING AND CRIME PREVENTION IN DISTRICT 26 DURING THE HOLIDAY  
SEASON.  
Primary Brent Ackerson (D-26)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
Enactment No: Ordinance 193-2022  
74.  
AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $75,570.60 FROM DISTRICT 3 NEIGHBORHOOD  
DEVELOPMENT FUNDS TO PUBLIC WORKS FOR THE INSTALLATION OF  
ADDITIONAL LIGHTING THROUGHOUT DISTRICT 3 TO ENHANCE PUBLIC SAFETY,  
AND A FIVE-YEAR CONTRACT WITH LOUISVILLE GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY.  
Primary Keisha Dorsey (D-3)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
Enactment No: Ordinance 211-2022  
75.  
AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $2,000 FROM NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT  
FUNDS IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER: $2,000 FROM DISTRICT 21, THROUGH THE  
OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET, TO APPALSHOP, INCORPORATED FOR  
REIMBURSEMENT OF PROGRAMMING AND ENTERTAINMENT COSTS FOR ITS  
KENTUCKY RURAL-URBAN EXCHANGE LOUISVILLE COMMUNITY INTENSIVE  
WEEKEND.  
Primary Nicole George (D-21)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
76.  
AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $15,000 FROM DISTRICT 8 NEIGHBORHOOD  
DEVELOPMENT FUNDS, THROUGH THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET,  
TO FRIENDS OF BEECHWOOD PARK, INC. FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN  
OUTDOOR CLASSROOM IN BEECHWOOD PARK.  
Primary Cassie Chambers Armstrong (D-8)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
Enactment No: Ordinance 194-2022  
77.  
AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $15,000 FROM DISTRICT 4 NEIGHBORHOOD  
DEVELOPMENT FUNDS, THROUGH DEVELOP LOUISVILLE, TO THE LOUISVILLE  
METRO OFFICE OF HOUSING FOR EMERGENCY WINTER REPAIRS FOR  
QUALIFIED HOMEOWNERS IN DISTRICT 4.  
Primary Jecorey Arthur (D-4)  
Sponsors:  
Attachments:  
Enactment No: Ordinance 195-2022