The Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce says it has received concerns about parking meter hours and unclear parking rules.
The Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce is conducting a downtown parking survey through the end of next week.
The Bloomington Chamber of Commerce president says the amendment could cause difficulties for businesses in regard to employee benefits.
A hydrogeologist hired for the study says Indiana’s water policy does not specify which water users get priority in the event of severe shortages.
Economists say the research varies on the impact a raise in the minimum wage would have.
Over 400 Terre Haute employers can now recruit workers online.
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.
Monroe County officials acknowledge there are problems, but there is widespread disagreement about solutions.
The Chamber of Commerce does not condemn the idea of metering more spots downtown but says the city should move forward slowly with its parking plans.
Governor-elect Mike Pence told the Indiana Chamber of Commerce the state can afford to cut personal income taxes by 10 percent next year.