The council is considering amending Title 4 of the Bloomington Municipal Code.
Bloomington citizens had voiced concerns over garbage processing in a residential area.
Plans to build a trash transfer facility in Bloomington have hit a snag and those behind it now want more time to work out issues in the plan.
The EZID will save the hotel developer $3.5 million in taxes over 10 years.
Mayor Mark Kruzan has said the additional revenue could be used to offset the losses from the city’s parking garages, about $400,000 annually.
The city will also do a once-a-decade reconsideration of how it expands and where it should house its residents.
The report, more than two years in the making, includes both lethal and non-lethal options for deer population control.
The council will vote Wednesday on whether to use lethal means to curb the deer population in Bloomington.
Many residents protested lethal methods recommended for deer population control at the Bloomington City Council's meeting Wednesday.
Some local property owners question the timing of the discussions and whether they will have the ability to review any proposals.