New user fees may be needed to close gaps in the Bloomington city budget.
The Bloomington City Council voted 5-4 against the re-introduction of legislative reform Wednesday night but agreed changes could be made.
Sending legislation to a standing committee would now be an option, not a mandate.
This is the second time the proposal has been introduced, but the new version has fewer mandates than the first.
Bloomington’s City Council voted last night in favor of installing speed cushions to slow traffic along West 3rd street in the Prospect Hill Neighborhood.
The Bloomington City Council meeting begins tonight at 7:30.
The Bloomington City Council will vote next week whether to install permanent speed cushions in the Prospect Hill neighborhood.
Bloomington city officials approved a $32,000 dollar incentive package to renovate an old office space welcoming in a new software security company.
City officials will consider additional user fees and will not rule out layoffs as a means of saving money.
The owners of a historic home in Bloomington want to move it and build student housing on the lot.