(WHAS 11)--The power is back on at the African American Heritage Center after LG&E pulled the plug.
And this time you are the one paying the bill.
The West Louisville center owed $9,000 to LG&E and power was cut off Monday night.
Metro Council approved the mayor's request for emergency funds to pay the long overdue bill.
The city gives it $125,000 a year toward its operation the LG&E bill was an advance on that money.
The mayor told us he does not want the center to go under.