A statewide food and beverage tax bill is dead in the legislature. Does that hurt Terre Haute's revenue generation plans?
With INDOT slated to get $250 million more each year in the coming budget, does that mean Greencastle's long-hoped-for 231 bypass is closer to reality?
The mayor says the city could pay $2 million for trash service in 2013, but insists he's found enough savings in that budget to pay for home recycling.
When the city plans for the next ten years of development, how will it weigh population density and people's love for their cars?
While many municipal officials are focusing solely on jobs, Mayor Bennett says a bigger concern in his city is better safety and health.
We'll talk construction of the city's first parking garage on the next Ask The Mayor.
The 30th is the fifth Wednesday of the month, so Ask The Mayor gets a breather until February!
To let the public vote on new taxing powers or not -- that is the question.
Are business owners massing against the city's parking meter plan -- even though it seems all but certain to pass?
Adding assessed value cuts to property tax caps shrinking city cash, Bennett says Terre Haute has lost an amount equal to almost a third of its yearly budget.