[Business Wire (press release)] - This is a great example of a local company leading the way in energy efficiency,” Mayor Greg Fischer said. “This not only makes Humana a more green company, it makes Louisville a greener city – and it saves green, too, with lower energy costs for the
[WFPL] - Earlier this year, Mayor Greg Fischer and the governors of Indiana and Kentucky proposed ways to scale back the project to reduce its projected $4.1 billion cost. The changes, however, will require a new environmental impact study.
[Evening News and Tribune] - Mitch Daniels and Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer. The changes include rebuilding the Kennedy Interchange — Spaghetti Junction — in the existing location rather than move it south; reducing the east-end bridge, roadway and tunnel from six lanes to four
[WAVE] - Mayor Greg Fischer says he believes the cuts made will make the city more open and efficient. "This will allow us to get more control on our finances," said Fischer. "More transparency and accountability too." Fischer says the Metro will complete the
[WAVE] - On April 20, officials with the Louisville Sports Commission and Mayor Greg Fischer gathered at Fourth Street Live to make the announcement. Mayor Fischer says the city's sports culture as well as its facilities and partnerships helped keep the event
[Louisville Courier-Journal] - Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, who succeeded Abramson, declined to say whether he backs that site. Asked if he has a preferred location, Fischer said, “The VA and what's good for veterans is what's really driving that decision, and we will support them
[WDRB] - In a city known for horse racing and a spectacular fireworks show, Mayor Greg Fischer assures pro golfers that Louisville knows how to bring it. "Churchill Downs, with our Derby, we all know that as a world class venue, but Valhalla is an incredible
[my.hsj.org] - Mayor Greg Fischer, a Trinity Alumnus, was present at the event, as was former Mayor Jerry Abramson. Mr. Gill Holland, from Acorn Award sponsor The Green Building, and Congressman John Yarmuth presented the award to Mr. Joey Porter '78 and Dr.
[Bizjournals.com (blog)] - And Tommy Clark, the liaison for neighborhoods and special issues for Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, who authorized the audit, assured the subcommittee that Fischer would have a “very listening ear” for the group's recommendations.