Cook Group, among other groups and local government agencies, is partially responsible for halting Bloomington’s annexation proposal.
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Vaping will be prohibited in public spaces and regulated like smoking cigarettes in accordance with a new city ordinance.
The Bloomington city council deliberated ordinances changing regulations on electronic cigarette smoking, stench bombs and fencing around swimming pools Wednesday at its committee session.
Two new ordinances changing regulations on electronic cigarette smoking, stench bombs and fencing around swimming pools were introduced at the Bloomington city council meeting Wednesday.
The Bloomington City Council made significant revisions to the proposed annexation areas, including some divisions and removals, at a special session Wednesday night.
This is the last installment of a weekly five-part series profiling each of the areas proposed for annexation of the City of Bloomington. This week covers area seven.
This is the fourth installment of a weekly five-part series profiling each of the seven areas proposed for annexation of Bloomington. This week covers area six.
Starting as early as late summer, Bloomington residents will no longer buy stickers for trash collection, which are currently placed on trash bags for the city sanitation department to pick up. Returning from its spring break, Bloomington Common Council approved the change of the city's trash collection system Wednesday.
This is the third installment of a weekly five-part series profiling each of the seven areas proposed for annexation of Bloomington. This week covers areas three, four and five, the three sections within city limits.
A new city trash and recycling system was proposed to the Bloomington Common Council at its committee session Wednesday evening. The council unanimously recommended that they approve the proposal at a later session.
Mayor John Hamilton met a few of his potential new constituents last weekend, but the future relationship has gotten off to a rocky start.
Between multiple power outages during its Wednesday meeting the Bloomington Common Council approved three resolutions.
In their first session since Bloomington city council approved resolutions to discuss the annexation of seven areas in and around the city, the Monroe County Council discussed its potential budget effects at Tuesday’s meeting.
This is the second in a weekly five-part series profiling each of the seven areas proposed for annexation of the city of Bloomington. This week covers area two, the south east area.
The Bloomington Common Council’s weekly session Wednesday was a committee of the whole and considered two ordinances to pass at a later session.
Bloomington may grow to 100,000 strong by the end of the summer. The majority of the new 15,000 residents will come from border expansion on the western side of the city.
Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton emphasized progress, potential and unity in his annual State of the City speech Thursday night.
Three months since the Downtown Bloomington Recycling Center shut down, community members are displeased with the limited options for recycling disposal in the city.
Both the Bloomington Police and Fire departments saw increases in calls to service this year and kept up with increased training. BPD received more than 51,000 total calls for service last year, BPD Chief Mike Diekhoff said Thursday during a joint presentation with Fire Chief Jason Moore. Most were for traffic-related issues, services by other agencies or welfare checks, and nuisances. The smallest number of calls were from violent crimes, which includes rape and robbery. Assaults and murder are not part of their violent crime calculations. Nearly 4,000 calls were for Downtown Resource Officers, who assist nuisance crimes downtown.
The Bloomington Common Council said it was in favor of approving resolutions for each of the proposed seven districts for annexation at its meeting Wednesday.