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Mayor Hamilton Kicks Off Solarize Bloomington Phase 2

Mayor John Hamilton urged community members at a press conference this afternoon to pursue solar energy options as a state deadline approaches. The press conference kicked off the second phase of Solarize Bloomington, an initiative purportedly designed to increase the amount of solar energy generated by homes and businesses. Hamilton said Phase Two is an expansion of the project, which …

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Cook Medical Funds Weekend Hours At Shalom Center

Cook Medical Group pledged twenty-two thousand dollars in order to keep the Shalom Center open on the weekends. This move comes after Mayor John Hamilton’s speech last Thursday, in which he presented steps the City of Bloomington plans to take toward tackling homelessness and drug abuse. During his talk at the public library, Hamilton stated that the Safety, Civility and …

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Hola Bloomington – July 28, 2017

Locutores Erick Gutierrez y Jonathan de la Cruz e invitado Brad Pontius en Hola Bloomingto Presenta: HOLA Hombres! Una coneversacion sobre la salud de los hombres de nuestra comunidad de Bloomington y global. Hosts Erick Gutierrez and Jonathan De La Cruz and guest Brad Pontius Hola Bloomington Presents: HOLA Hombres! A conversation about men’s health with Bloomington community and Global.

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Bloomington’s North-Side Experiencing A ‘Food Desert’

The closing of all Marsh stores in Bloomington has left citizens on the North-side without a place to buy groceries. Although members of the Monroe County Planning Department say they expect a Kroger supermarket will open at the former Marsh location at 1825 North Kinser Pike, the area is reportedly experiencing a ‘Food Desert’. Planning Services Manager, Scott Robinson, says …

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Herbicide Spray To Close B-Line Trail Tuesday

Herbicide application will temporarily close a portion of the B-Line trail tomorrow, according to the Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department. The stretch of trail between the Bloomington Banquet sculpture and Seventh Street will be rerouted through the City Hall employee parking lot. The herbicide will be focused on weeds growing in the Farmers’ Market Plaza. If left untreated, they could …

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VandeWiele Seeks Voter Information Privacy

In the July 20th meeting of the Monroe County Election Board, Democratic representative Carolyn VandeWiele sought to reassure voters that Indiana law protects their private information VandeWiele’s statement came after a request last month by the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity asked Secretaries of States for an expansive set of information on individual voters, including Hoosiers. VandeWiele said Indiana …

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Hola Bloomington – July 21, 2017

Host Maria Auxi Viloria and Jonathan De La Cruz interviewed Jane “Juanita” Walter and Alma Lebrato about El Centro Comunal Latino and the service they provide. Locutores Maria Auxi Viloria y Jonathan De La Cruz entrevista Jane “Juanita” Walter y Alma Lebrato sobre El Centro Comunal Latino y los servicios que ofrecen.

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A New Indiana Law Could Prevent ‘Water Wars’ between Indiana and Kentucky

A new Indiana law could prevent so-called ‘water wars’ between Indiana and Kentucky, according to New Albany’s News and Tribune. House Enrolled Act Twelve Eleven sets up the Trans-border Water Resources Authority, which will assess who has rights to water resources shared among Indiana and neighboring states. The Water Resources Authority panel established in the law can also broker agreements …

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Developer Tabbed for Convention Center Expansion

The Monroe County Convention Center Advisory Commission has selected a developer for a proposed convention center expansion. Indianapolis-based Sun Development and Management Corporation outshone two competitors to gain the Commission’s favor. In the commission’s July 11th meeting, Commission member Patrick Stoffers explained why he felt Sun Development is the better choice. The 90-year-old convention center building is located at West …

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“Lot of Lessons” to Be Learned from I-69 Mistakes

State officials admitted the I-69 project has suffered from mistakes at this month’s State Budget Committee hearing, according to the Indiana Business Journal. Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Luke Kenley said he believes “there are a lot of lessons” to be learned from how the state handled the project, especially from the failed partnership with a private developer for Section 5 …

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