Goodnight says the flood waters have retreated enough for the city to host a formal dedication of Highland Park's rebuilt playground on Wednesday.
Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton addresses Cardinal Spirit's "Pipe To Nowhere" and the small business climate in Bloomington.
Bennett says state taxes will go up for motorists, but the city will almost be able to double paving projects next year.
We're getting ready to visit with Terre Haute's Duke Bennett for Wednesday's show. Submit your questions by noon today!
Mayor Lienhoop says the emergency management director is looking into why the sirens sounded late during Friday night's storms.
We're getting ready to visit with Columbus Mayor Jim Lienhoop for Wednesday's show. Submit your questions by noon today!
Goodnight says the new affordable housing apartments are more than a quarter of the way leased before the grand opening today.
Hamilton says the engineering firm didn't know how Third Street was holding vehicles over the storm water tunnel.
Mayor Bennett says the city will improve the roads, lighting, sidewalks and landscaping while the RiverFront Lofts are being completed.
Mayor Lienhoop says he hopes to encourage Indiana University officials to keep the architecture school downtown to spur economic development.