The council voted to postpone a final vote on the long-debated scooter ordinance until July to allow more time for deliberation.
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill answered questions from the audience on his stance on abortion, immigration and marijuana legalization.
The property, formerly known as Canterbury Apartments, will be renovated so that 100 percent of its units will be designated affordable housing.
Residents had the chance to talk with design consultants during a public input session Thursday evening.
The council did vote in favor of some amendments, including expanding zones downtown where scooter users cannot operate and extending rental hours overnight.
The council is set to vote on a proposed ordinance that will outline new regulations for electric scooters at a hearing Wednesday night.
Other Indiana cities have passed regulations in response to the scooter services coming to their communities. IU also added rules to dictate how people should use the scooters on its campuses.
Penny Githens was elected to the seat formerly held by former commissioner Amanda Barge, who resigned earlier this month.
As part of our City Limits series we answer another question from one of our viewers who is curious about connectivity and the history of Bloomington's sidewalks.
Officials say 16 students have recovered while three remain in isolation.