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Louisville taxpayers are also on the hook for roughly $309 million in bond payments, and the Metro Council approved a plan for the city to pay its maximum of roughly $10.8 million as part of the revised arena deal.
The store that sells the winning ticket gets 10 percent of the value of the ticket to a maximum of $100,000 as an incentive, Rosebrough added.
City Council candidates Teresa Mosqueda and Jon Grant have each received and redeemed the maximum number allowed — 12,000, valued at $300,000.
Short-term rentals would be limited to seven days minimum and 28 days maximum per year at a time in residential areas.
State law also allows homeowners to claim a property tax exemption for half the value of their primary residence, up to a maximum of $100,000.
The proposal would also bar Planned Parenthood from getting any Medicaid funding for family planning and other reproductive health services for one year, the maximum allowed under budget rules governing this bill.
The request comes as the council handles trimming millions of dollars in requests to get down to $39.5 million, the maximum that Auditor Vicki Urbanik has said the general fund could support.
The rentals varied from a room to full house, two-night minimums to maximum of 30 nights and ranged from $80 to $950 per night.
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