Much like in Columbus and Terre Haute, Bloomington leaders are discussing how trash fees might be tweaked in the coming year.
"Nothing is off the table," say city leaders about how Bloomington plans to trim its budget and bolster its cash reserves.
Terre Haute’s mayor Wednesday would not rule out the possibility that some layoffs may still be necessary to meet budget constraints.
Terre Haute officials have begun to craft the coming year's budget but the city's mayor says layoffs may still be necessary to make ends meet.
The City of Kokomo's budget could be crippled if it does not include almost $6 million in property tax revenue which would have been paid by Chrysler.
Cash held in reserve by the City of Bloomington will help forestall layoffs for the immediate future, according to Mayor Mark Kruzan.