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.
The city's controversial proposal would reduce the automatic allowance for the height and density of new buildings in downtown Bloomington.
Bloomington officials are moving forward with a proposal to more strictly regulate downtown development.
The Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce, which represents nearly 900 businesses, is against the proposal.
The changes would reduce the height and density allowed for automatic approval of development proposals.
Debate centers around a tower WTHI-TV hopes to build in downtown Terre Haute.