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State law changes regarding historic districts in Bloomington

At a meeting yesterday the Bloomington City Council discussed changing the city’s rules regarding historic districts. Most discussion surrounded a change that city attorney Patty Mulvehill said was required by state law. Conservation districts are less restrictive to neighborhoods than full historic districts, which require the city’s Historic Preservation Commission to approve all exterior changes to homes. Instead, designating an …

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Daily Local News – October 24, 2013

Bloomington City Council discusses changing the city’s rules regarding historic districts because of a state law; Bloomington’s NAACP branch continues to take on the War on Drugs, and its effects on the local black community with a forum; Eight Medical Corporation has relocated its offices from St. Paul, Minnesota to Bloomington; the Third Annual Bike Summit, a yearly event the …

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Daily Local News – October 23, 2013

The Monroe County Community School Corporation announced yesterday the hiring of its first diversity and talent specialist, assistant principal Diane Hanks; Sara Kurtz Allaei has been appointed assistant vice president for international services; The Better Business Bureau is warning Hoosiers not to fall for the latest scam targeting those confused about the new Affordable Care Act. FEATURE Medical Device Tax …

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Daily Local News – October 22, 2013

The Bloomington Police Department will be participating in National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day this Saturday, October 26th; The Bloomington Plan Commission held off on making a decision October 7th about the first phase of a major development project downtown along Kirkwood Avenue; the results of their seventh annual Indiana manufacturing survey. FEATURE Judy Shepard Speaks In 1998, Judy Shepard lost …

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Daily Local News – October 21, 2013

An Indiana University student is working to spread a message of acceptance on campus; Last Monday, the Pacers Foundation awarded grants to Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard and the Community Kitchen of Monroe County for their youth related programs; The National Science Foundation has awarded a five million dollar, five-year collaborative grant to Indiana University. FEATURE Open Access Week In conjunction with …

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Daily Local News – October 18, 2013

The Indiana University Board of Trustees is expected to make a decision today on the controversial media school merger – a proposal that would combine the Telecommunications Department, the Ernie Pyle School of Journalism, and the Department of Communications and Culture into one large department in the College of Arts and Sciences; October is National Pro-Bono Month, and the Indiana …

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Daily Local News – October 17, 2013

Bloomington area’s congressional contingent voted almost uniformly on the deal; The Division of Law Enforcement received public funding during the 2013 legislative session that will help hunters donate venison to those in need; The Indiana University Neal-Marshall Alumni Club will have its 21st reunion this weekend, starting tomorrow; Several years ago The Boys and Girls Club of Bloomington built The …

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Daily Local News – October 16, 2013

Governor Pence has named eight appointees to the Early Learning Advisory Committee; A program that allows Monroe County residents to safely dispose of pharmaceutical drugs won a statewide award this year; At a meeting on September 26th, the Bloomington Board of Zoning Appeals gave a man permission to run a bakery out of his house, despite concerns from his next-door …

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Daily Local News – October 15, 2013

The Strike Mic: a musical and informational event will address the recent layoffs of Indiana University staff;Despite it being closed and empty, a demonstration took place yesterday outside of Representative Todd Young’s Bloomington office, to protest his role in the federal shutdown; This Thursday Bloomington will host the Third Annual South Central Indiana VA Stand Down. FEATURE Monroe County Affordable …

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Daily Local News- October 14, 2014

The Freedom Indiana organization is challenging survey data results released by the Indiana Family Institute concerning how Hoosiers feel about same-sex marriage amendments. The Bloomington Food Policy Council will hold its fall quarterly public meeting next Monday at the Hilltop Garden and Nature Center. A celebration of Carl Sagan Day will take place this Saturday at the Indiana Memorial Union. …

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