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The Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce says it has received concerns about parking meter hours and unclear parking rules.
Only a third of people surveyed by the Center on Congress say they think the legislative body affects their daily lives.
Purdue University is the first school to participate in a new Gallup poll that will study the success of students after college.
Companies believe there is a shortage of skilled workers and predict an even greater shortage in the next few years.
A Ball State survey shows 54 percent oppose a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, while 38 percent support the proposed amendment.
A survey released Thursday shows Indiana's manufacturing industry is the strongest it has been since 2007.
The meetings are scheduled for Monday, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., and Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. in city hall.
The library sends out comprehensive surveys to residents every four years.
One parent says the survey is useful but may not give school officials enough information.