The new ordinance is in line with state laws surrounding historic preservation.
Money from newly-installed parking meters in downtown Bloomington will help pay for five part-time and one full-time positions.
The ordinance bans children from displaying BB guns in public and from blacking out the orange tips that distinguish toy guns from firearms.
Columbus Police Department officials say look-a-like toy guns are a public safety hazard.
The city council approved a resolution that encourages the city to seek out Fair Trade products when purchasing food or beverages.
A City Council committee met Monday to discuss plans to license adult entertainers who perform at the five adults clubs in town.
Officials hope the dog will help crack down on illegal drug traffic in the city.
Duke Bennett estimates the clinic will cost about $200,000 up front but will save the city money in the long run.
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.
The Bloomington City Council accepted the deer task force's recommendations but it could be a year before it puts any of them to a vote.