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Public Safety Committee

Thursday, October 10, 2019

6:00 PM

Louisville Metro Government

Tagged Passions:Public Transit

601 W. Jefferson Street Louisville, KY 40202

Tagged Passions:streets

Council Chambers

Metro Council

Tagged Passions:council and Public Transit

Jessica Green (D-1), Barbara Shanklin (D-2), Keisha Dorsey (D-3), Barbara Sexton Smith (D-4), Donna L. Purvis (D-5), David James (D-6),

Paula McCraney (D-7), Brandon Coan (D-8), Bill Hollander (D-9), Pat Mulvihill (D-10), Kevin Kramer (R-11), Rick Blackwell (D-12), Mark H. 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), David Yates (D-25), Brent Ackerson (D-26)

Tagged Passions:flooding

President: David James (D-6) President Pro-Tem: Pat Mulvihill (D-10)

Meeting Agenda - Final

FINAL AGENDA - AO 10-09-19 1515

October 10, 2019Metro Council Meeting Agenda - Final

Call to Order

Members Roll Call

Special Recognitions and Proclamations

Tagged Passions:recognition

Council Member Dorsey will introduce Bill Zoeller and Travis Vaughn, Zoeller Pump Company.

Tagged Passions:council

ID 19-14921.

Council Member Peden will recognize Naomi Thomas for her 51 years of service as a school crossing guard.

Tagged Passions:recognition, council, and education

ID 19-16022.

Council Member Peden will recognize Firefighter Bradley Conely, Highview Fire Department, who volunteered to complete the mural on the garage at

Highview Park.
Tagged Passions:recognition, council, fire departments and districts, parks, and volunteer

ID 19-16043.

Council Member Peden will recognize Wrestling Coach Mike Thomas, Marion C. Moore School, who was named 2019 NWCA Kentucky State Wrestling Coach of

the Year.
Tagged Passions:recognition, council, and education

ID 19-16054.

Addresses to Council

Tagged Passions:council

Addresses to Council - October 10, 2019ID 19-16335.

Tagged Passions:council

101019 Addresses to Council AO 101019 at 1422.pdfAttachments:

Tagged Passions:council

Council Minutes

Regular: Metro Council - September 12, 2019ID 19-16326.

Tagged Passions:council and Public Transit

09-12-19 MC Action Summary TENTATIVE.pdf

091219 UNEDITED Transcript.pdf

Attachments:

Committee Minutes

Regular: Committee of the Whole - September 12, 2019ID 19-16717.

091219 COW Action Summary - TENTATIVE.pdfAttachments:

Regular: Planning and Zoning Committee - September 17, 2019ID 19-15248.

Tagged Passions:planning and zoning

Planning and Zoning Action Summary 09.17.19 - TENTATIVE.pdfAttachments:

Tagged Passions:planning and zoning

Regular: Labor Economic Development - September 17, 2019ID 19-15329.

Tagged Passions:economic development, development, and Development

Labor and Econ TENTATIVE 09.17.19.pdfAttachments:

Regular: Public Works Committee - September 17, 2019ID 19-152310.

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

Public Works Action Summary 09.17.19 - TENTATIVE.pdfAttachments:

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

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Tagged Passions:Public Transit

October 10, 2019Metro Council Meeting Agenda - Final

Regular: Government Oversight and Audit - September 17, 2019ID 19-153311.

Tagged Passions:audit

Government Oversight and Audit 09.17.19 TENTATIVE.pdfAttachments:

Tagged Passions:audit

Regular: Public Safety Committee - September 18, 2019ID 19-153512.

Tagged Passions:public safety

Public Safety 09.18.19 TENTATIVE.pdfAttachments:

Tagged Passions:public safety

Regular: Appropriations Committee - September 18, 2019ID 19-157213.

Tagged Passions:funding

Appropriations 091819.pdfAttachments:

Tagged Passions:funding

Regular: Budget Committee - September 19, 2019ID 19-157514.

Tagged Passions:budget

Budget Action Summary 09.19.19 - TENTATIVE.pdfAttachments:

Tagged Passions:budget

Regular: Planning and Zoning Committee - October 1, 2019ID 19-160915.

Tagged Passions:planning and zoning

Planning and Zoning Action Summary 10.01.19 - TENTATIVE.pdfAttachments:

Tagged Passions:planning and zoning

Regular: Appropriations Committee - October 2, 2019ID 19-161016.

Tagged Passions:funding

Appropriations 100219.pdfAttachments:

Tagged Passions:funding

Regular: Parks and Sustainability - October 3, 2019ID 19-164917.

Tagged Passions:parks and sustainability

Parks Sustainability 10.03.19 TENTATIVE.pdfAttachments:

Tagged Passions:parks and sustainability

Regular: Committee on Committees - October 8, 2019ID 19-166218.

100819 COCC Action Summary TENTATIVE.pdfAttachments:

Communication From the Mayor

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

Waste Management District 109 Board - Robert Lee (Reappointment)ID 19-156319.

APT Waste Management District 109 Board 10.10.19.pdfAttachments:

Downtown Management District Board - Andy Treinen and Shannon Tivitt (New Appointments)

Tagged Passions:appointments and downtown

ID 19-156420.

APT Downtown Management District Board 10.10.19.pdfAttachments:

Tagged Passions:downtown

Human Relations Commission Enforcement Board - Leonard Thomas (Reappointment)

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

ID 19-156521.

APT Human Relations Commission Enforcement Board 10.10.19.pdfAttachments:

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

Human Relations Advocacy Board - David Allgood, Arthur Patterson, and Gwendolyn Pearce (Reappointments)

ID 19-162722.

APT Human Relations Advocacy Board 10.10.19.pdfAttachments:

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Tagged Passions:Public Transit

October 10, 2019Metro Council Meeting Agenda - Final

CORRECTED Landmarks and Preservation Districts Commission - David Morgan and Morgan Ward (New Appointments), and David Morgan and Morgan Ward

(Reappointments).
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, appointments, and preservation

ID 19-162823.

APT Landmarks and Preservations Districts Commission CORRECTION 10.10.19.pdfAttachments:

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and preservation

Kentucky Science Center - Mia Brown, Kristin Cook, Sibusio Ngubeni, Mary Pat Regan, John Riley, Marty Pollio, Derek Bland, Brent Blankenbaker, Linda

Stone, Norm Seawright, and Janiece Greene (Appointments), and Chip Baker, Tom Ferree, Heather Harris, Brad Seigel, and Susan Weiss (Reappointments). Metro Council approval is not required.
Tagged Passions:council, appointments, Public Transit, and health insurance

ID 19-162924.

APT Kentucky Science Center 10.10.19.pdfAttachments:

Consent Calendar

Legislation forwarded from APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE

Tagged Passions:funding

AN 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 LOW INCOME, SENIOR, AND DISABLED ADULTS.
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, budget, disability, development, program, Development, and neighborhood

O-305-1925.

Sponsors: Primary Brandon Coan (D-8)

O-305-19 V.1 091219 Appropriating 10K from NDF to Highland Community Ministries Inc. for lunch program for low income and disabled adults.pdf

Tagged Passions:disability and program

O-305-19 HCM as of 091719.pdf

Attachments:

Legislative History

Tagged Passions:history

9/12/19 Metro Council assigned to the Appropriations Committee

Tagged Passions:funding, council, and Public Transit

Action Required By: March 2020

9/18/19 Appropriations Committee recommended for approval

Tagged Passions:funding

AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING 9,000 FROM NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUNDS IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER: 7,000 FROM DISTRICT 22; AND 2,000 FROM DISTRICT 21,

THROUGH THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET, TO CHILDREN HAVE OPTIONS IN CHOOSING EXPERIENCES, INC. (C.H.O.I.C.E., INC.), FOR THE DARE TO DREAM SPORTS LEADERSHIP AND MENTORING PROGRAM.
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, budget, development, program, Development, mentoring, sports, and neighborhood

O-310-1926.

Sponsors: Primary Nicole George (D-21) and Primary Robin Engel (R-22)

O-310-19 V.1 091219 Appropriating 9K from NDF to CHOICE Inc. for Dare to Dream Program.pdf

Tagged Passions:program

O-310-19 CHOICE.pdf

Attachments:

Legislative History

Tagged Passions:history

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Tagged Passions:Public Transit

October 10, 2019Metro Council Meeting Agenda - Final

9/12/19 Metro Council assigned to the Appropriations Committee

Tagged Passions:funding, council, and Public Transit

Action Required By: March 2020

9/18/19 Appropriations Committee recommended for approval

Tagged Passions:funding

AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING 11,560.23 FROM DISTRICT 2 NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT FUNDS TO LOUISVILLE METRO EMERGENCY SERVICES - OFFICE OF SPECIAL EVENTS

FOR EXPENSES ASSOCIATED WITH PROVIDING SECURITY, SIGNAGE, AND A PARADE PERMIT FOR NEWBURG DAYS.
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, security, development, Public Transit, advertising, signage, services, events, emergency, Development, and neighborhood

O-311-1927.

Sponsors: Primary Barbara Shanklin (D-2)

O-311-19 V.1 091219 Appropriating 11,560.23 from D2 NDF to LM Emergency Serv of Special Events for Parade Permit.pdf

Tagged Passions:events and emergency

O-311-19 MES.pdf

Attachments:

Legislative History

Tagged Passions:history

9/12/19 Metro Council assigned to the Appropriations Committee

Tagged Passions:funding, council, and Public Transit

Action Required By: March 2020

9/18/19 Appropriations Committee recommended for approval

Tagged Passions:funding

Legislation forwarded from LABOR AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

Tagged Passions:economic development, development, and Development

A RESOLUTION PURSUANT TO THE CAPITAL AND OPERATING BUDGET ORDINANCES, APPROVING THE APPROPRIATION TO FUND THE FOLLOWING NONCOMPETITIVELY NEGOTIATED

SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT FOR PARC CONCERNING PARKING METER REPLACEMENT PARTS (POM, INCORPORATED - 75,000.00).
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, budget, contract, and parking

R-104-1928.

Sponsors: Primary David Yates (D-25)

R-104-19 V.1 091219 Contract for Parking Meters POM.pdf

Tagged Passions:contract and parking

R-104-19 V.1 091219 ATTACH Contract for Parking Meters POM.pdf

Tagged Passions:contract and parking

Attachments:

Legislative History

Tagged Passions:history

9/12/19 Metro Council assigned to the Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:council, economic development, development, Public Transit, and Development

Action Required By: March 2020

9/13/19 Metro Council assigned to the Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:council, economic development, development, Public Transit, and Development

Action Required By: March 2020

9/17/19 Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:economic development, development, and Development

recommended for approval

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Tagged Passions:Public Transit

October 10, 2019Metro Council Meeting Agenda - Final

A RESOLUTION PURSUANT TO THE CAPITAL AND OPERATING BUDGET ORDINANCES, APPROVING THE APPROPRIATION TO FUND THE FOLLOWING NONCOMPETITIVELY NEGOTIATED

SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT FOR ANIMAL SERVICES CONCERNING A DIGITAL X-RAY MACHINE (IDEXX DISTRIBUTION, INC. - 66,058.00).
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, budget, contract, services, and animal control

R-108-1929.

Sponsors: Primary David Yates (D-25)

R-108-19 V.1 Contract Animal Services IDEXX Distribution.pdf

Tagged Passions:contract, services, and animal control

R-108-19 V.1 ATTACH Contract Animal Services IDEXX Distribution.pdf

Tagged Passions:contract, services, and animal control

Attachments:

Legislative History

Tagged Passions:history

9/12/19 Metro Council assigned to the Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:council, economic development, development, Public Transit, and Development

Action Required By: March 2020

9/13/19 Metro Council assigned to the Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:council, economic development, development, Public Transit, and Development

Action Required By: March 2020

9/17/19 Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:economic development, development, and Development

recommended for approval

A RESOLUTION PURSUANT TO THE CAPITAL AND OPERATING BUDGET ORDINANCES, APPROVING THE APPROPRIATION TO FUND THE FOLLOWING NONCOMPETITIVELY NEGOTIATED

SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT FOR THE LIBRARY FOR BOOKS, AUDIO BOOKS, ACCESS TO DATABASES AND OTHER LIBRARY MATERIALS FOR USE BY LIBRARY PATRONS- (CENGAGE LEARNING, INC. - 60,000.00).
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, budget, contract, materials, and library

R-112-1930.

Sponsors: Primary David Yates (D-25)

R-112-19 V.1 091219 Contractfor Library CEngage.pdf

Tagged Passions:library

R-112-19 V.1 091219 ATTACH Contract for Library CEngage.pdf

Tagged Passions:contract and library

Attachments:

Legislative History

Tagged Passions:history

9/12/19 Metro Council assigned to the Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:council, economic development, development, Public Transit, and Development

Action Required By: March 2020

9/13/19 Metro Council assigned to the Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:council, economic development, development, Public Transit, and Development

Action Required By: March 2020

9/17/19 Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:economic development, development, and Development

recommended for approval

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Tagged Passions:Public Transit

October 10, 2019Metro Council Meeting Agenda - Final

A RESOLUTION PURSUANT TO THE CAPITAL AND OPERATING BUDGET ORDINANCES, APPROVING THE APPROPRIATION TO FUND THE FOLLOWING NONCOMPETITIVELY NEGOTIATED

SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT FOR THE LIBRARY FOR BOOKS, AUDIO BOOKS, ACCESS TO DATABASES AND OTHER LIBRARY MATERIALS FOR USE BY LIBRARY PATRONS- (Recorded Books, Inc. - 125,000.00).
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, budget, contract, materials, and library

R-114-1931.

Sponsors: Primary David Yates (D-25)

R-114-19 V.1 091219 Contract for Library Recorded Books.pdf

Tagged Passions:contract and library

R-114-19 V.1 091219 ATTACH Contract for Library Recorded Books.pdf

Tagged Passions:contract and library

Attachments:

Legislative History

Tagged Passions:history

9/12/19 Metro Council assigned to the Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:council, economic development, development, Public Transit, and Development

Action Required By: March 2020

9/13/19 Metro Council assigned to the Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:council, economic development, development, Public Transit, and Development

Action Required By: March 2020

9/17/19 Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:economic development, development, and Development

recommended for approval

A RESOLUTION PURSUANT TO THE CAPITAL AND OPERATING BUDGET ORDINANCES, APPROVING THE APPROPRIATION TO FUND THE FOLLOWING NONCOMPETITIVELY NEGOTIATED

SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT FOR THE LIBRARY FOR BOOKS, AUDIO BOOKS, DATABASES AND OTHER LIBRARY MATERIALS FOR USE BY LIBRARY PATRONS - (EBSCO PUBLISHING, INC. - 45,000.00).
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, budget, contract, materials, and library

R-116-1932.

Sponsors: Primary David Yates (D-25)

R-116-19 V.1 091219 Contract for Library EBSCO Publishing.pdf

Tagged Passions:contract and library

R-116-19 V.1 091219 ATTACH Contract for Library EBSCO Publishing.pdf

Tagged Passions:contract and library

Attachments:

Legislative History

Tagged Passions:history

9/12/19 Metro Council assigned to the Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:council, economic development, development, Public Transit, and Development

Action Required By: March 2020

9/13/19 Metro Council assigned to the Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:council, economic development, development, Public Transit, and Development

Action Required By: March 2020

9/17/19 Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:economic development, development, and Development

recommended for approval

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Tagged Passions:Public Transit

October 10, 2019Metro Council Meeting Agenda - Final

A RESOLUTION PURSUANT TO THE CAPITAL AND OPERATING BUDGET ORDINANCES, APPROVING THE APPROPRIATION TO FUND THE FOLLOWING NONCOMPETITIVELY NEGOTIATED

SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT FOR THE LIBRARY CONCERNING SOFTWARE FOR MANAGEMENT OF ITS COLLECTION - (BRIDGEALL LIBRARIES LIMITED - 55,000.00).
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, budget, contract, information technology, library, and Information Technology

R-118-1933.

Sponsors: Primary David Yates (D-25)

R-118-19 V.1 091219 Contract for Library Bridgeall.pdf

Tagged Passions:contract and library

R-118-19 V.1 091219 ATTACH Contract for Library Bridgeall.pdf

Tagged Passions:contract and library

Attachments:

Legislative History

Tagged Passions:history

9/12/19 Metro Council assigned to the Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:council, economic development, development, Public Transit, and Development

Action Required By: March 2020

9/13/19 Metro Council assigned to the Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:council, economic development, development, Public Transit, and Development

Action Required By: March 2020

9/17/19 Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:economic development, development, and Development

recommended for approval

A RESOLUTION DETERMINING ALL OR PORTIONS OF EIGHT STREETS BOUNDING THE KENTUCKY FAIR AND EXPOSITION CENTER SHOWN ON EXHIBIT A ATTACHED HERETO OWNED

BY THE LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT ( METRO GOVERNMENT ) SUCCESSOR TO THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE, AS SURPLUS AND NO LONGER NEEDED FOR A GOVERNMENT PURPOSE AND AUTHORIZING SAID STREETS TO BE TRANSFERRED TO THE COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY.
Tagged Passions:streets, Public Transit, and surplus

R-122-1934.

Sponsors: Primary Nicole George (D-21)

R-122-19 V.1 091219 Ky Fair and Expo Center Surplus Property.pdf

Tagged Passions:surplus and property

R-122-19 V.1 091219 EXHIBIT A Ky Fair and Expo Center Surplus Property.pdf

Tagged Passions:surplus and property

R-122-19 V.1 091219 EXHIBIT B Ky Fair and Expo Center Surplus Property.pdf

Tagged Passions:surplus and property

Attachments:

Legislative History

Tagged Passions:history

9/12/19 Metro Council assigned to the Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:council, economic development, development, Public Transit, and Development

Action Required By: March 2020

9/13/19 Metro Council assigned to the Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:council, economic development, development, Public Transit, and Development

Action Required By: March 2020

9/17/19 Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:economic development, development, and Development

recommended for approval

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Tagged Passions:Public Transit

October 10, 2019Metro Council Meeting Agenda - Final

A 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. - 323,633.00).
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, budget, contract, purchasing, Technology, technology, and parking

R-123-1935.

Sponsors: Primary David Yates (D-25)

R-123-19 V.1 091219 Contract for PARC Maintenance Hub Parking.pdf

Tagged Passions:contract and parking

R-123-19 V.1 091219 ATTACH Contract for PARC Maintenance Hub Parking.pdf

Tagged Passions:contract and parking

Attachments:

Legislative History

Tagged Passions:history

9/12/19 Metro Council assigned to the Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:council, economic development, development, Public Transit, and Development

Action Required By: March 2020

9/17/19 Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:economic development, development, and Development

recommended for approval

A RESOLUTION DETERMINING A PARCEL OF REAL PROPETY LOCATED AT 431 EAST LIBERTY STREET, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, A DESCRIPTION OF WHICH IS ATTACHED HERETO

AS EXHIBIT A AND OWNED BY LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT ( METRO GOVERNMENT ) AS SURPLUS AND NOT NEEDED FOR A GOVERNMENTAL PURPOSE AND AUTHORIZING ITS RECONVEYANCE TO LOUISVILLE METRO HOUSING AUTHORITY ( HOUSING AUTHORITY ) FOR 1.00.
Tagged Passions:streets, Public Transit, surplus, property, and housing

R-124-1936.

Sponsors: Primary Barbara Sexton Smith (D-4)

R-124-19 V.1 091219 431 E. Liberty Surplus Property.pdfAttachments:

Tagged Passions:surplus and property

Legislative History

Tagged Passions:history

9/12/19 Metro Council assigned to the Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:council, economic development, development, Public Transit, and Development

Action Required By: March 2020

9/13/19 Metro Council assigned to the Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:council, economic development, development, Public Transit, and Development

Action Required By: March 2020

9/17/19 Labor and Economic Development Committee

Tagged Passions:economic development, development, and Development

recommended for approval

Legislation forwarded from GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT AND AUDIT COMMITTEE

Tagged Passions:audit

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Tagged Passions:Public Transit

October 10, 2019Metro Council Meeting Agenda - Final

REAPPOINTMENT OF NIKKI JACKSON TO THE LOUISVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY BOARD. TERM EXPIRES JULY 15, 2023.

Tagged Passions:airport

RP091719NJ37.

APT Louisville Regional Airport Authority Board 09.12.19.pdf

Tagged Passions:airport

Nikki Jackson 09.09.19.pdf

Applicants for Board - Louisville Regional Airport Authority 09.09.19.pdf

Tagged Passions:airport

Current Board - Louisville Regional Airport Authority 09.09.19.pdf

Tagged Passions:airport

Attachments:

Legislative History

Tagged Passions:history

9/12/19 Metro Council assigned to the Government Oversight and Audit Committee

Tagged Passions:council, Public Transit, and audit

9/17/19 Government Oversight and Audit Committee

Tagged Passions:audit

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