Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton says an armored vehicle would have helped in apprehending an attempted murder suspect this past week.
A new study is shaping the future of west side traffic, the police department's response to an armed wanted man this past week and $34 million authorization for Switchyard Park.
The Bloomington Redevelopment Commission Monday authorized the $34 million needed to build the city’s Switchyard Park.
The city received more than 500 comments in response to its armored vehicle purchase.
Mayor John Hamiltion (D-Bloomington) says most of the public comments city officials have received are in favor of the purchase of an armored vehicle.
The public comment tally on the armored vehicle, road construction detours, Trades District groundbreaking ceremonies and short term rental legislation.
Mayor Hamilton will announce the final decision about the purchase by the end of the month.
Bloomington’s mayor joins us in studio on the armored vehicle purchase. Indiana’s Republican Senate Primary debate. Plus a new network for emergency responders.
Hamilton says they didn’t do as good a job with transparency of the armored car discussion and are trying to fix it.
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