Listen to this week's show for a charged exchange about whether Bloomington leaders should be blamed for the state of social services for the homeless.
Two words which strike fear in the hearts of politicians: parking meters.
When the city plans for the next ten years of development, how will it weigh population density and people's love for their cars?
Are business owners massing against the city's parking meter plan -- even though it seems all but certain to pass?
In 2013, prepare for talk of parking meters and how the city pays for trash pickup.
Reinstalling parking meters will cost the city a pretty penny, but Mayor Mark Kruzan says it'd take less than a year to recoup the costs.
How will the city deal with the return of a murderer? Mayor Kruzan says Robert Lee's imminent return poses a number of issues.
Mayor Kruzan says he's surprised to hear some Monroe County Democrats believe he's key to replacing Vi Simpson in the Indiana Senate.
Lots of talk about speed bumps in this week's Ask The Mayor. Kruzan says he's against them in this case, but believes the process was followed correctly.
Bloomington's mayor agrees with criticism from lawmakers of he and other local leaders opposed to property tax caps being written into the state constitution.