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.
Bloomington’s mayor says Indiana University won’t have to foot the bill for road improvements alone.
Mark Kruzan talks with Stan Jastrzebski about sidewalk rules and how to keep pedestrians safer, even as Indiana University grows.
Even as the nation struggles with a debate on health care, the talk in Bloomington seems more civil to the city's mayor.
The city of Bloomington's 2010 budget will include cuts to offset a revenue shortfall when it's considered by council members next week.
Cash held in reserve by the City of Bloomington will help forestall layoffs for the immediate future, according to Mayor Mark Kruzan.
Bloomington’s mayor says his plan could be expanded, but only to include more area, not more stores.
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.
Projects run through the Bloomington-Monroe County Metropolitan Planning Organization are now expected to receive about three million dollars from the federal stimulus package. The number is an improvement over previous estimates, but can’t possibly fund all of the improvements on city and county wish lists.