The decision to annex and rezone the 163 acres came with various stipulations for the Arbor Homes developers to appease concerns from nearby residents.
The lawsuit claims the legislation is unconstitutional because it targets Bloomington alone and because the language was inserted into the budget bill.
Columbus residents of a neighboring subdivision are concerned the number of houses will lead to an increase of traffic issues on the roads nearby.
The city continues to criticize state legislators for stopping a proposed annexation plan in its tracks.
A legislative bill that will impact Muncie schools, why Bloomington is considering legal action and how new technology is helping firefighters respond faster.
Bloomington's mayor says the legislature overstepped, but others argue the annexation was moving too quickly.
Bloomington's mayor says the city was singled out by the language included in the state's biennial budget.
An additional 14 lines of wording on Indiana's budget bill would place Bloomington's annexation plans on hold.
93 percent of the residents in zone six signed a petition to block annexation. The remaining eight zones are moving forward.
The need for foster families, Monroe County residents are looking at the annexation proposal and new research of how long it will take to sell or buy a house.