Terre Haute’s mayor Wednesday would not rule out the possibility that some layoffs may still be necessary to meet budget constraints.
How will Terre Haute use the $400,000 it received recently to clean up brownfields in the city? Have past efforts to clean up these sites bore any fruit?
We're keeping up with Mayor Duke Bennett on Ask The Mayor. We've got a slate of questions for the first-term Republican. But how about yours?
In his latest appearance on Ask The Mayor, Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett addressed the city's continually-shrinking budget.
This is Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett's first show since the Indiana Supreme Court ruled in his favor, allowing him to remain in office.
Get your questions in now for WFIU’s Ask the Mayor with Terre Haute Duke Bennett.
Mayor Bennett will appear in front of the Indiana Supreme Court later this month as part of the Hatch Act case brought against him by former Mayor Kevin Burke. This will certainly come up during the show…
But what else would you like to hear about? Let us know and we’ll ask it on air. Or, just call in during the program. We’ll feed you through to the mayor.
Mayor Duke Bennett addressed the stimulus package, unemployment, property tax caps, and upcoming negotiations with the city’s firefighters over a new contract. Tune in!
Hear Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett address many topics, including the city’s controversial 20-year trash contract, a resolution in the General Assembly attempting to ban Guantanamo Bay suspects from being housed in the city’s federal penetentiary, as well as how he hopes the Terre Haute can spend money it receives from the federal stimulus package.
Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett says no matter what the Indiana Supreme Court decides in his case against former mayor Kevin Burke, he’s confident the city will be ready to transition away from talking about who the rightful occupant of the mayor’s office is.
Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett describes his day-to-day job as mayor with the cloud of uncertainty hovering over his past, present and future decisions, and also gives his thoughts on how the economic downturn is affecting the city.