Bennett is looking for money needed to pay for the long term water control plan that he says needs to start by next fall.
The new sewer rate increase proposed by Mayor Duke Bennett passed 3 to 2 Tuesday by the Terre Haute Sanitary District.
Mayor Bennett says he'd be happy with any city council revenue comprise to pass the city budget.
The attorney says the temporary move will make it harder for Durst's attorneys to visit and communicate with him.
Indiana State University's president says he wants the school's enrollment to grow by nearly 20 percent over the next six years.
A defense attorney says real estate heir Robert Durst has been assigned to an Indiana prison's medical unit.
Mayor Bennett says city officials will have to look at a 30 percent sewer rate increase to obtain the funds needed for flood control and other federal mandates.
The bypass will run about 6 miles and link Interstate 70 and U.S. 41 around the city's southeast side.
Terre Haute city leaders found a way to reduce crime in one of the city’s central parks by more than 80 percent.
Mayor Bennett says they must raise additional revenue to complete phases two through five of the city's long term water control plan.