The Switchyard Park, along the B-Line Trail, will not be funded at all through the Parks and Recreation budget for the coming year.
Bloomington's mayor says he doesn't envision a law outlawing protests like the Occupy Bloomington movement. But one city council hopeful says he's support one.
Many of the of the city's homeless wonder why protesters are allowed in the park overnight, when the homeless have been run out of the park at night for years.
The City of Bloomington has approved funding to develop a switchyard on the B-line trail to a park.
A recent accreditation to a city department from a national organization is bringing new resources to the community.
Bloomington City Pools will be operating on a limited schedule from now until August 29th.
Bloomington Parks and Recreation director Mick Renneisen says participation in parks events is up, despite the high heat.