Aldermen work on city

From staff reports

The Louisville Board of Aldermen discussed the many recent improvements made to the city and covered a short agenda. The aldermen noted the recent improvements to the city including new bypass lighting, repaved Columbus Avenue, a organized parking lot in front of city hall, the turn signal on Church Street and new bypass signage which will be placed soon to welcome visitors. ( A full article on the improvements is upcoming in the Journal). In other business, the aldermen: Adopted a resolution to authorize the Mayor to sign and execute the CDBG application for a public facilities grant and committed $230,100 (monies from Louisville Utilities) Extended one unclean property cleanup for thirty days while new owner cleaned up and set a new hearing on another property after advertising in the newspaper. Made payment to Municipal Workers Compensation Group for $2825. Paid Docket of Claims for April in the amount of $106,657.43. Appointed Joey Partridge to fill the unexpired vacant position on the Airport Board which runs until Feb. 1, 2015. Approved LPD Chief Claiborne to attend the Police Summer Conference in Biloxi in July. Approved amendments to the Police Policy. Approved the hiring of two part time workers for the Recreation Department. Held an executive session on personnel issue. Discussed break in and theft at the Louisville Coliseum. Discussed someone placing signs up in Louisville about Kony in Africa. The board of Aldermen will meet again on May 15 at 5:30 p.m. in the city board room.