Hard labor helping spruce up district | News
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – Volunteers and hard labor will be used to help spruce up some West Louisville properties.
Crews will start up lawnmowers for the final event in the “Cut it Out” program.
For weeks local lawn companies and volunteers have cleaned up more than 50 abandoned properties in district one.
Metro Councilwoman Attica Scott said so far the efforts have been a success.
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