Next week, Andrew Cibor from Bloomington's Engineering Department will provide updates on the 7-Line project in two public meetings. The details provided by Mr. Cibor from the meeting packet are summarized below. Trends * Bicycle/Scooter traffic is up 26% based on sensor data near Woodlawn * Between Dunn and Grant, bicycle/
For Immediate Release February 4, 2023 Contact Hopi Stosberg for Bloomington, 765-277-1918, firstname.lastname@example.org, https://hopi.stosberg.com Bloomington, Indiana - Bloomington resident, Hopi Stosberg, has declared her candidacy for the Bloomington City Council District 3 seat, contending for the Democratic nomination in the May 2 primary. The recently
Systems in this country are not equal. Full stop. It doesn't really matter which system we are talking about because there are inequities in every one. I will even pessimistically (but perhaps realistically) say there will always be inequities. Perfection will forever be an unrealistic goal. That should not stop
I attended a recent MCCSC school board meeting and it brought to mind several ways the city could and should be doing more to support MCCSC and their district-wide educational goals. City government and the governing body for MCCSC, the School Board, are completely separate entities, but each is incredibly
Primary elections for local offices will be held on Tuesday, May 2 at various polling locations around Bloomington. I'm running for City Council in District 3 and only residents of District 3 will have an opportunity to vote for me as their district representative. However, all six Bloomington City Council
I don't need an apartment for myself, but I need one for another family. I'm helping make inquiry calls. It's November in Bloomington. Not the easiest time to find any vacancies, much less something affordable. Call after call-nothing is available now. I find one available and inwardly cheer. We apply.