Gregory E. Fischer (born January 14, 1958) is a businessman and Mayor of Louisville, Kentucky. He is a graduate of Louisville's Trinity High School and Vanderbilt University, entrepreneur, and community leader.
07.04.2011 [Evening News and Tribune] - Mitch Daniels and Louisville Mayor GregFischer. 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
May 20 (Bloomberg) -- GregFischer, mayor of Louisville, Kentucky, talks about the outlook for his municipality, and the importance of the health-care industry including Humana... - 05.20.2011, Bloomberg
21.04.2011 [WAVE] - Mayor GregFischer 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
21.04.2011 [WAVE] - On April 20, officials with the Louisville Sports Commission and Mayor GregFischer 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
21.04.2011 [Louisville Courier-Journal] - Louisville Mayor GregFischer, 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
19.04.2011 [WDRB] - In a city known for horse racing and a spectacular fireworks show, Mayor GregFischer 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
20.04.2011 [Bizjournals.com (blog)] - And Tommy Clark, the liaison for neighborhoods and special issues for Louisville Mayor GregFischer, who authorized the audit, assured the subcommittee that Fischer would have a “very listening ear” for the group's recommendations.
19.04.2011 [Louisville Courier-Journal (blog)] - The committee stopped short of Mayor GregFischer's three nominations to the MSD board: - Yvonne Hatfield, 63; 16 years of business experience in restaurant industry; former teacher; community activist; bachelor's degree from Eastern Kentucky
17.04.2011 [Lexington Herald Leader] - Just this past month, Louisville Mayor GregFischer named the members of the Food Policy Advisory Council, which will begin to examine the city's entire food system and recommend improvements. Louisville Metro Government and the YMCA are working hard
02.04.2011 [Louisville Courier-Journal (blog)] - Mayor GregFischer said he'd improve the system following issues raised after the March 21 explosion at Carbide Industries in Rubbertown. Vendor proposals are due by April 29. A committee will then review the proposals and negotiate a contract with a
16.04.2011 [Lexington Herald Leader] - (At the time of the interview, he had not yet discussed the idea with Louisville Mayor GregFischer.) "Why would we even approach them when we don't have a program?" Tharp said. "First, we've got to get the program. If the cities said, 'No
15.04.2011 [Business Wire (press release)] - This is a great example of a local company leading the way in energy efficiency,” Mayor GregFischer 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
06.04.2011 [WLKY Louisville] - Just to say no leaves the future of Kentucky Kingdom completely in doubt," Hart said A spokesman for Mayor GregFischer said the last deal negotiated with Hart is too risky for taxpayers. But he said the mayor is open to continuing negotiations.
29.03.2011 [Evening News and Tribune] - The coalition of mayors will be visit with Louisville Mayor GregFischer today before heading to New York on their trip. The group took in New Albany's Mansion Row and viewed some of the city's downtown while in Indiana, England said.
04.04.2011 [WHAS 11.com (subscription)] - It's not LMPD's fault. We have to do our part as people in the community to stop the violence," said Moore. Mayor GregFischer, LMPD Chief Robert White, and Commonwealth Attorney David Stengal were just a few of the community leaders in attendance.
16.04.2011 Building on the success of a pilot business recycling program along Frankfort Avenue, Mayor GregFischer, Councilwoman Tina Ward-Pugh, and Councilman Tom Owen announced today that expanded recycling services will be available for ...