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Bloomington City Hall is seen on Feb. 14, 2022, on Morton Street. The city council voted June 15 to approve the Meridiam high-speed internet project and authorized the redevelopment commission to create an economic development allocation area that would allow the city to refund Meridiam’s taxes for 20 years.

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Bloomington City Hall is seen on Feb. 14, 2022 on Morton St. The city council met Wednesday to discuss the Meridiam high-speed internet project and their request for tax abatement. The city council met Wednesday to discuss the Meridiam high-speed internet project and their request for tax abatement.

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Bloomington City Hall is seen on Feb. 14, 2022, on Morton Street. The Bloomington City Council discussed a proposed a local income tax increase Wednesday but ultimately delayed the vote until May 4.

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Bloomington City Hall is seen on Feb. 14, 2022, on Morton Street. The Bloomington City Council showed mixed support for the proposed 0.855% increase on local income taxes during the meeting Wednesday night.

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Sandra Hendricks is seen on April 2, 2022, at the Bloomington Community Farmers' Market. She is an employee of The Goat Conspiracy, a local company focused on producing locally made cheese and soaps.

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