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Thursday, April 18
The Indiana Daily Student

Mallory Rickbeil, the city's bicycle and pedestrian coordinator, presents a photo of an "incomplete street" in Bloomington to the Bloomington City Council on Wednesday night. The council voted 9-0 to pass an ordinance that would establish a new process for residents and city officials to request traffic calming devices in parts of the city in an effort to decrease speeding. Mel Fronczek

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Mallory Rickbeil, the city's bicycle and pedestrian coordinator, presents a photo of an "incomplete street" in Bloomington to the Bloomington City Council on Wednesday night. The council voted 9-0 to pass an ordinance that would establish a new process for residents and city officials to request traffic calming devices in parts of the city in an effort to decrease speeding.