GREEN MOUSE SAYS: It turns out the “G” in Form G stands for “Groper.”

Image credit: WAVE 3 News.

Earlier today the Green Mouse was roused from a raging three-week-long bender to consider Form G’s “redevelopment” vaporware at the vacant Centenary church in downtown New Albany.

GREEN MOUSE SAYS: Not so fast on Form G’s Centenary church PR vaporware.

But it gets even better. As the Mouse po(u)red over old notes, he found one of his own e-mail links from last September, which apparently got lost in the pre-election scrum.

Man in spotlight for TV kiss is local real estate executive, by Marty Finley (Louisville Business First)

Eric Goodman, founder and CEO of Form G Companies, has apologized for kissing a WAVE-TV news reporter on live television. The incident has made national headlines.

The man in the middle of controversy and facing criticism after he kissed a WAVE-TV reporter on the cheek on live television last weekend during the Bourbon & Beyond festival is a local real estate developer.

Eric Goodman, 42, of Jeffersonville, Ind., was charged with harassment, a misdemeanor, by the Jefferson County Attorney after he interrupted WAVE reporter Sara Rivest during a live broadcast on the music festival, which was held at the Kentucky Exposition Center.

Goodman is the founder and CEO of Jeffersonville’s Form G Cos. LLC, a full-service commercial real estate firm. He was profiled in Louisville Business First in March.

He has since apologized for the incident …

You have to hand it to Team Gahan’s choices for public-private parts partnerships.

ON THE AVENUES: Could that be David Duggins paddling across Jeff Gahan’s putrid cesspool? On second thought, I’ll take the blindfold.

The Green Mouse concludes: “I can’t wait for the Mayor Jeff Gahan Presents the Lofts at Centenary Slap and Tickle.”

Disclosure: This post complies with the parameters of Roger’s sabbatical from local political involvement, having required fewer than 30 minutes to write.