A measure requiring scrutiny of new chain restaurants downtown cleared another bureaucratic hurdle on Monday. The Bloomington Plan Commission recommended approving the new rule; The Hoosier National Forest has acquired two hundred and forty-five acres of new land, marking the end of a process that took about twelve years; The Bloomington Utilities Department is replacing a long-time contractor who facilitated negotiations between management and an employee union.
League of Women Voters Hosts Legislative Roundtable
In a recent local legislators roundtable hosted by the League of Women Voters, the issue of personal property tax was raised, and local representatives Matt Pirece, Matt Ubelhor, Erik Cook, and State Senator Mark Stoops weighed in on a bill making its way through the legislature this Spring. Their discussion here, for today’s WFHB feature report.
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