The Bloomington Redevelopment Commission Monday authorized the $34 million needed to build the city’s Switchyard Park.
Mayor John Hamilton announced that the city is developing 16 affordable apartments for low income families on the city's south side.
The city of Bloomington would like to see a business that better aligns with future plans for Switchyard Park.
The B-Link Trail will provide linkage between Henderson St. and Walnut St., eventually leading to the new Switchyard Park.
Building is also a priority for the City of Bloomington, which is currently developing the new Switchyard Park along the B-Line Trail.
Park officials hope to use the property for one of the main entrances to the planned 60-acre recreation area.
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The bond will also pay for projects including affordable housing, expansion of the animal shelter, solar panels on city buildings and road improvements.
Cleanup efforts will focus on creating a barrier between contaminants and parkgoers as construction plans for the Switchyard Park move forward.
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