Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton and stakeholders cut the ribbon at the new Arlington Park neighborhood at the corner of North Telluride Street and North Breckenridge Road.
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A redesign concept Walnut Street included in a City of Bloomington presentation June 15 is seen. The City of Bloomington’s Planning and Transportation Department launched a corridor study of College Avenue and Walnut Street aiming to improve the two roads.
A proposed city map lays out potential annexation areas in Bloomington. A panel of three judges of the Indiana Court of Appeals unanimously rejected a second 90-day period to collect remonstration signatures against the City of Bloomington’s annexation plans.
Proposed annexation areas are seen on a map. A lawsuit filed by County Residents Against Annexation failed to file enough remonstrance petitions to prevent the annexation process from continuing. The dark green is section 1a, the light green is 1b, the orange is 2, the pink is 3, the red is 4 and the yellow is 5.
Proposed annexation areas are seen on a map. Bloomington’s plans to annex certain areas around the city could be halted as early as February 2022.
The City of Bloomington announced Tuesday it signed a Letter of Intent with Meridium, an infrastructure developer, to build and operate a high speed fiber internet network in Bloomington.
The proposed annexation areas for the City of Bloomington as of April 22, 2021. The city council approved multiple areas for annexation Wednesday evening.
The proposed annexation areas for the City of Bloomington as of April 22, 2021. The Bloomington City Council approved area 1A to be annexed into the city Wednesday.
The proposed annexation areas for the City of Bloomington as of April 22, 2021. If adopted, the annexation would take effect in 2024.
A rendering of The Retreat, a new affordable housing addition next to Switchyard Park, appears. Construction on The Retreat will begin in June.
The temporary cap over Lemon Lane Landfill, the site where the highest amounts of PCBs were found in Bloomington was installed to stop the chemicals from spreading.
Contractors had to build wells in order to discover how far the PCB contamination had spread from Bloomington landfills.
Before any cleanup efforts began, waste containing PCBs was littered throughout the Lemon Lane Landfill.