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She has worked for seven campaigns ranging from state-wide to national bids for election. She has a dog who looks like a blond Toto from “The Wizard of Oz” named POTUS. She used to want to work in the White House.
In Nile Arena’s opinion, an election isn’t an election without a little competition.
About 20 people made public comments at Bloomington City Council’s Wednesday meeting to reconsider replacing the Fourth Street parking garage. The estimate for the repairs to the garage increased by about $300,000 in a February assessment.
Jim Blickensdorf, who was running as a District 3 Bloomington city council candidate, dropped out of the race Wednesday afternoon, according to a statement on his campaign website.
Five of six candidates running for three seats in the Bloomington City Council at-large Democratic primary spoke Monday night at a Democracy For Monroe County forum.
Ron Smith, 64, has spent most of his life as an advocate for children, the disabled and the elderly, working in various state government departments. Now, he wants to take this experience and serve his community.
The Bloomington City Council approved an increase of city-initiated towing service fees Wednesday night.
Democratic mayoral candidates Amanda Barge and John Hamilton faced a full auditorium Monday night at the Monroe County Public Library to answer questions on a variety of topics.
Sue Sgambelluri, 53, is one of four candidates running for Bloomington City Council’s District 2 seat in the 2019 primaries, the only seat with both Democratic and Republican candidates.
When Mayor John Hamilton was sworn into office in 2016, he pledged to work for wage growth, affordable housing, the betterment of public education, government efficiency, more transparency and more engagement.
The city and county will have a public forum to discuss the expansion of the Monroe Convention Center from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at the convention center. The public can give input and ask questions, according to a press release from the city.
Griffy Water Treatment Plant has been decommissioned for 23 years but is costing the city hundreds of thousands of dollars in cleanup because of mercury released by trespassers.
Mayor John Hamilton and mayoral candidate Amanda Barge debated affordable housing Tuesday night in an unusual location: a classroom.
As Bloomington arts director for eight years, Miah Michaelsen worked with artists, entertainers, public works people, neighborhoods and public safety officials.
Democratic mayoral candidate Amanda Barge responded Friday morning to Mayor John Hamilton’s State of the City address Thursday night in a speech for press.
Mayor John Hamilton spoke to the Bloomington community about the city's achievements, challenges and future plans at his fourth State of the City address Thursday night at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.
The Bloomington City Council adopted five ordinances Wednesday night that increased stormwater fees and allocated tax money to phase one of the convention center expansion among other actions. The ordinances were discussed at length at last week’s meeting.
When Daniel Bingham read that in order to limit global warming to avoid extreme consequences, the world would have to cut carbon emissions nearly in half by 2030 from their 2010 levels, he was alarmed.
The Bloomington City Council approved an ordinance Wednesday night that will grant local drug company Catalent tax cuts for its upcoming expansion. It also heard four ordinances ranging from spending on the Monroe Convention Center expansion to an increase in stormwater fees aimed to improve infrastructure.
Vauhxx Booker has often stood at the city council public podium, speaking out against city decisions. Now, Booker wants to be on the decision-making side of the room.