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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.
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.