Griffy Lake Nature Preserve in Bloomington was closed Monday in preparation of the upcoming deer kill.
Advocates protested the impending deer kill at Griffy Lake, which is contracted to start as early as November 15, outside City Hall Wednesday.
Representatives from the Humane Society of the United States argue Griffy Lake Nature Preserve is a feasible site for non-lethal methods of deer reduction.
The group BANIDS has proposed an ordinance that would ban bow hunting within the city limits and place a two year delay on the deer sharpshoot at Griffy Lake.
Two experts from the Humane Society plan to submit to the city of Bloomington nonviolent ways to control the deer population in Griffy Lake Nature Preserve.
Experts from the Humane Society are looking at the feasibility of implementing non-lethal methods to reduce the deer population at Griffy Lake Nature Preserve.
The Bloomington City Council passed an amended ordinance that would allow standardized businesses or "chains" in downtown areas on a conditional basis.
The Bloomington City Council has amended a previous ordinance aimed at limiting the number of chain restaurants in the city's downtown.
The Bloomington City Council voted late last night to allow sharpshooters in Griffy Lake Nature Preserve to combat the overpopulation of deer.
Solar Zentrum submitted a proposal to Duke Energy to build a solar farm in Bloomington.