(Louisville, KY) - There's a new proposal to deal with Louisville's impending budget crisis brought on by pension obligations.
The new proposal introduced during Thursday night's Majority Caucus meeting calls for some cuts to Metro services as well as tax increases on all insurance lines.
The proposal would also cut the salaries of city workers making more than $90,000 a year and implement a hiring freeze for all non-revenue producing positions, among other cuts.
Metro Council is expected to vote on the proposal on March 21st.
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