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Parking has been a divisive topic in Bloomington since the city council decided to rebuild the Fourth Street garage. A startup that has been getting state and national recognition wants to be part of the solution.
The first 32 proposed amendments to Bloomington's Transportation Plan were released more than a week ago and aim to fix many of the large problems city council members and the public had with the original plan’s proposed street widths and add specificity to its ways to improve public transit.
During the 2011 primary election, District 6 city council member Steve Volan said only 275 people voted in his district out of the approximately 14,000 who live there.
A judge ruled Thursday that the Indiana legislature's last minute amendment to a 2017 bill to stop Bloomington’s proposed annexations of land was unconstitutional, according to court documents. The state has until May 20 to make an appeal.
The 17th case of the mumps was confirmed on IU-Bloomington’s campus this morning, IU spokesman Chuck Carney said. The first mumps case on campus was confirmed Feb. 21.
The Bloomington City Council passed three amendments and discussed seven other amendments to the city’s e-scooter regulation ordinance Wednesday night.
Jim Sims became the second African American to serve on Bloomington’s City Council when he was caucused in to replace a retiring council member in August 2017.
Dave Rollo was the first person to present the concept of sustainability to the Bloomington city government in 2002.
The Bloomington City Council discussed the city’s proposed e-scooter regulation ordinance Wednesday night. The ordinance would replace the agreements the city currently has with scooter companies Lime, Bird and soon-to-come Spin.
Last fall, a new student housing complex on the east side of Bloomington called Century Village was proposed. Many community members were not happy with the proposed complex.
Denise Valkyrie, 54, is running for the Bloomington City Council’s District 1 seat and self-identifies as a working class person.
In the 2015 Bloomington primary election, there were 15 candidates on the Bloomington City Council ballot. This year, there will be 20. Six of the candidates are under age 40.
Indiana voter registration for Bloomington's primary election will end Monday. People can register online or in person at the Monroe County Election Central at 401 W 7th St. Suite 100.
An unexpected proposal happened Wednesday night at the heavily-attended Bloomington City Council meeting.
The Bloomington City Council approved an $18.5 million bond Wednesday night to fund the rebuilding of the Fourth Street parking garage with a 5-3 vote.
Jean Capler said she is focused on “building a Bloomington for all.”
Audience members munched on popcorn Tuesday evening at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater while the 19 city council candidates took turns speaking about issues such as the Fourth Street parking garage and housing development.
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.