In December 2012, we submitted extensive documentation to Louisville Metro’s Human Relations Commission (HRC) regarding LDG, Overlook Development and Frontgate Apartments. We respectfully asked the HRC to properly investigate Overlook Development’s relationship to LDG (as evidenced by a variety of statements, actions and decisions regarding Frontgate Apartments during 2012) and revoke Overlook Development’s certification as [...]
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This is the essence of the initial set of extensive documentation that was provided to Executive Director Carolyn Miller-Cooper of the Human Relations Commission in December 2012. For context, I recommend that you review the shorter portion of documentation in the post above before reviewing this longer portion of documentation. Eric Flack’s reports in [...]
See Eric Flack’s story on Wednesday, January 16, 2013 here. Hear Eric Flack on 84WHAS with Tony Cruise on Thursday morning, January 17th (mislabeled as 1/15) here. See Eric’s additional story about Overlook Development and LDG that ran on Friday, January 18th here. See the extra raw footage of Eric’s interview with Michael Gross here.
Mayor Fischer (and Director Johnson) defends his support of LDG Development building and managing the new Frontgate Apartments proposal with this statement: “The quality of LDG’s work has been recognized as top-notch in the field of affordable housing developments. In fact the developer has a national reputation and is ranked the 6th best affordable housing [...]
I am sure this is an understated description, but it will suffice. For some reason, Bill Bardenwerper is obsessed with stuffing a terrible development plan (way too big and not LDC compliant) into a small location in the heart of Highview. In 2009, his efforts were met with strong resistance by the community. Thankfully the [...]
YOUR PARTICIPATION IS VERY IMPORTANT! Mark your calendars! Bring your neighbors, friends and family! Attend the meeting with LDG Development representatives that is open for all concerned citizens: Date: Monday, July 16, 2012 Time: 7:00 p.m. Location: Moore Traditional High School, 6415 Outer Loop, Louisville, KY 40228.
Feb 19 2010 - Indianapolis City housing officials call Cambridge Station “an epicenter of violent crime” — and they blame the owners of the apartment complex. So much so, the Indianapolis Housing Agency is demanding that the Louisville, Ky.-based landlords return more than $800,000 in taxpayer funded rent subsidy payments. And if they don’t pay up by [...]