Monday, August 31, 2009


Chris Thieneman is holding a press conference on Thursday morning at 10:30 am at 4th Street live. Chris you may recall sent an open records request using Kentucky Open Records Law to obtain information concerning the Cordish $950,000 sweetheart deal that had no accountability whatsoever.

Metro Council President David Tandy, Bruce Traughber, Mike Norman, and others even went to Baltimore for answers. They came back empty handed behind and used the "gee it looked okay to me" mentality.

Chris has fought the City before and won. You may recall the River Fields deal being reopened thanks to a lawsuit by Chris Thieneman that netted the City a few hundred thousand more dollars. The lawsuit led to a more fair open bidding process on River Fields thanks to Chris efforts.

Chris has threatened to sue if there were no answers on his open records request in regards to Cordish expenditures on the $950,000 Abramson gave them. This should be a doozy of a press conference.

Make plans to attend.....

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