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Turnbull, Hamilton to Debate on Tuesday, Oct. 20th on WFHB


Tune in to WFHB on Tuesday, October 20th, at noon, for a special election episode of Interchange. With just two weeks before city elections, Interchange host Doug Storm will spend the hour with John Hamilton and John Turnbull, the two men running for mayor of Bloomington. Hamilton is running as a Democrat and Turnbull as a Republican. The episode will …

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New Location for Bloomington Hospital: IU Golf Course


IU Health officials announced this morning they are changing the course of plans to relocate the Bloomington Hospital. The Hospital still plans to move out of its downtown location, a decision that has been unpopular with many Bloomington residents. But the new facility is now scheduled for construction on property that currently hosts the IU Golf Course, located on the …

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Candidates For Bloomington Mayor and City Council

The following candidates have filed to run for mayor of Bloomington or one of the nine positions on the City Council. Their names will appear on the ballot during the primary election May 5.   Mayor – John Hamilton (D) – John Linnemeier (D) – Darryl Neher (D) – John Turnbull (R)   City Council   District 1 – Kevin …

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Bring It On! – January 26, 2015

William Hosea and Cornelius Wright welcome Mark Kruzan and Beverly Calender-Anderson. PART ONE On tonight’s show, William and Cornelius welcome Bloomington mayor Mark Kruzan to the show. He, along with Beverly Calender-Anderson, comes on to reflect on mayor Kruzan’s tenure which began in 2003. We also talk about his new appointment to the position of Director of Community and Family …

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Daily Local News – November 19, 2014

Three term Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan announced he will not seek reelection while on Indiana Newsdesk’s Ask the Mayor program yesterday; Local realtors and landowners are still not satisfied with proposed changes to Monroe County’s zoning laws; Bloomington holds an above-average ranking in “LGBT Friendliness,” according to an Indiana Daily Student report on a recent evaluation by the Human Rights …

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“Bamboozled”: Prospect Hill and McDoel Gardens Neighborhoods Caught In Legal, Political Dilemma

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Last year an attorney for the city of Bloomington discovered what she said was a problematic piece of city code, a law that she said was itself illegal. The clause was in the city’s rules governing historic districts, and within a few months the City Council corrected the glitch. There was relatively little debate at the time, but in the …

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Daily Local News – January 24th, 2014

During the sub-zero temperatures this winter, the City of Bloomington is reminding residents to insulate pipes and to let water flow through faucets, to help prevent water lines from freezing; The Bloomington City Council heard from residents on Wednesday who are frustrated with Governor Mike Pence’s refusal to expand Medicaid in Indiana; With the proposition for a higher minimum wage in Indiana, …

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Best of 2013 # 1 – There’s no such thing as a free lunch: Parking Meters Nickel and Dime Downtown Bloomington

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One issue this year sparked more discussion and reached broader than any other. The defining story of our community in 2013 is the implementation of Parking meters in downtown Bloomington. Mayor Mark Kruzan had strong support from the city council and Public Works Director Susie Johnson in his push for bringing in parking meter revenue in to the city budget, …

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Standing Room Only – Local Leaders Forum (July 30th 2013)

On July 30th, The City of Bloomington held a periodic panel discussion of local government figures to address concerns, express views, and update the public on the workings of local government. The panel discussion included included A. John Rose – Moderator, Susie Johnson- Director of Public Works, Mark Kruzan – Mayor, and others. This talk was recorded on location at …

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