The zoning changes will reduce the height and density a developer is automatically allowed to build in the downtown area.
Bloomington City Council members Wednesday night will vote on height and density reductions for downtown development.
Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton’s office released a proposal last week that would tighten restrictions on building height and density for future projects.
Two public input meetings will be held at City Hall in advance of the city's next parking study.
The new measures include continuing police presence downtown and attempting to raise funds for the Shalom Community Center to keep its doors open on weekends.
After their property was bought by redevelopers, Baked of Bloomington will welcome customers at their new downtown location.
A plan for expanded service would feature year-round trains rolling between suburban Noblesville and downtown Indianapolis.
Bloomington officials are working on a plan that accommodates a growing population and still maintain the things that make Bloomington a good place to live.
The Bloomington planning commission approved site plans for two residential buildings last night.
The Martin County Journal reports the fire may have started when a glue gun malfunctioned in Rosie's Shirts & Gift Shop.