Mayor Goodnight says the city isn't targeting strip clubs with police raids, but the raids do square with a larger "clean up the city" initiative.
Mayor Bennett says the city's Combined Sewer Overflow plan is coming in under bid and could be as much as a year ahead of schedule.
Talks between Kokomo officials and Chrysler corporation appear stalled on the issue of the automaker's multi-million dollar property tax obligation to the city.
As a proposal to speed up enactment of property tax caps in Indiana heads for a Statehouse conference committee, Bloomington’s mayor said he’s skeptical of the amendment. Still, Democrat Mark Kruzan appears to be siding with some of his political opponents.
Columbus Mayor Fred Armstrong talks about how the city has dealt with problems over the past year, including summer floods and fiscal problems. Mayor Armstrong also addresses the cuts to the city’s now finalized budget, including the effort to save the PAAL program.
Columbus Mayor Fred Armstrong talks about the city’s efforts to buy flood damaged properties, his efforts to slash Columbus’ budget, and the long odds fellow Democrat and gubernatorial nominee Jill Long Thompson faces against Governor Mitch Daniels.
Mayor Greg Goodnight speaks again of the possible annexation of fourteen thousand residents in communities surrounding Kokomo. Goodnight also addresses budget adjustments and city revenue.
This week Fred Armstrong, the mayor of Columbus, is on a trade mission to China and Jeff Armstrong of the Planning Commission takes his place to talk about the role of the planning commission and current efforts to institute budget cuts.
Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett discusses community involvement with the federal prison in Terre Haute, federal election mandates, and litigation regarding groundwater contamination at Standard Register.
Jim Clouse, Program Manager for Community Development, City of Columbus talks about federal funding for urban development, and the construction of a parking garage at the Commons Mall.