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March 21, 2017


Monroe Co. Residents Come With Questions To Annexation Meeting

County and city residents can give their input about the Bloomington annexation plan at open house meetings each day this week.

January 5, 2017


Initiative Looks To Plant 3,000 Acres Of New Forests In Indiana

A new state-run program backed by nearly $1 million in federal funding will enlist southern Indiana landowners to plant 3,000 acres of new forests.

August 26, 2016


Lawsuit Seeks Payment For Land Taken to Create Trails

The case Schulenberg vs. United States is holding the door open for those seeking payment for land taken as a part of the national Rails to Trails project.

April 21, 2016


Erosion Complicates Property Rights Battle

In 2013, homeowners there sued the state, contending their private property extends all the way to the water.

December 24, 2015


Property Tax Structure Puts Pressure On Farmers

Heavy rains this summer and lower crop prices this fall are amplifying the strain Indiana farmers say they face from the state’s property tax structure.

February 25, 2014


Legislature Close to Resolution On Business Tax Bills

Some districts are concerned how Indiana will replace business tax dollars.

November 14, 2013


Monroe Lake Property Owners To Be Fined For Clearcutting

A kayaker notified local authorities in Bloomington last month that a piece of property on Lake Monroe was clear-cut to the shoreline.

March 14, 2013


Sycamore Land Trust Acquires 600 More Acres In Brown County

The group bought the 600 acres of woodland in Brown County from a group of investors who have owned the land since the 1980s.

July 19, 2012


City Council Grants Elm Heights’ ‘Historic District’

Property owner David Jacobs will now have to conform the designs of his future home to guidelines set forth by the Historic Preservation Commission.

February 15, 2012


Martinsville To Condemn, Take Over Two Damaged Properties

The two properties lie near where I-69 would be built, but Mayor Phil Deckard says he does not expect the interstate to be built for another 10 years.

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