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Members of the unhoused community gather until the doors of A Friend’s Place open at 5:15 p.m. on Jan. 30, 2021. Monroe County Perry Township Trustee Dan Combs sued Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton and the City of Bloomington last week in his continued search for records of Bloomington's homelessness policy, according to an Indiana Public Media article.

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A sign near Bryan Park reads "Mayor Hamilton: We didn't elect you to destroy the neighborhoods." The Bloomington City Council passed two major amendments to the Unified Development Ordinance on Thursday.

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A sign near Bryan Park reads "Mayor Hamilton: We didn't elect you to destroy the neighborhoods." The Bloomington City Council rejected an amendment of a UDO ordinance Wednesday night which looked to create affordable housing through easing duplex density restrictions.

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City Flats on Walnut apartments appear April 21 on Walnut Street. The Bloomington City Council passed an amendment with certain restrictions for developing duplexes in single-housing neighborhoods.

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A duplex appears April 21 in the MeadowCreek neighborhood in Bloomington. The Bloomington City Council will amend the city Plan Commission’s recommendation and allow duplexes on a conditional basis after a 9-0 vote.

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A sign near Bryan Park reads "Mayor Hamilton: We didn't elect you to destroy the neighborhoods." The Bloomington City Council voted down a proposed amendment Tuesday rejecting the Plan Commission’s recommendation to allow duplexes in single-family home neighborhoods.

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A sign near Bryan Park reads "Mayor Hamilton: We didn't elect you to destroy the neighborhoods." A proposed zoning district would allow duplexes and similar structures to be built in traditionally single-family home neighborhoods.

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