The Splash Pad is coming. Finally. Our hope is to have it up and running by the end of August, weather permitting. The project was delayed because of potential liability and indemnification issues between the city and the original contractor. The long and the short of it was that the past contractor wanted the city to indemnify them against any and all current and future liability that might arise regarding the project. Ohio law basically does not allow a municipality to do this, unless it sets aside money to pay for any – READ MORE IN THIS WEEK’S HERALD, on newsstands now.
Louisville Elementary School was the location for Camp Invention, June 17-21. Camp Invention is a safe and fun space for children to create, test, try, fail, discover and explore the incredible world of invention. Daily activities at Camp Invention included – (More in this week’s Herald, on newsstands now)
Louisville is all about LEPS – HERALD REPORT On Saturday, May 4th, Louisville Baseball along with Louisville City Schools invited the community to a dedication ceremony at the LHS Baseball and Softball Fields. Back in Sept. 1994, the Field of Dreams vision became reality due to the commitment and dedication of Dennis Biery. Mr. Biery was… Continue reading»
by DAVID SCHEURER HERALD CORRESPONDENT During the persons appearing before Council portion of the meeting, Jackie Stewart, the Director of External Affairs for Encino Corporation made a presentation related to an agreement to provide funding for the downtown revitalization… More in this week’s Herald, on newsstands now.