WGLT's Sound Ideas 10/21/19 | WGLT

WGLT's Sound Ideas 10/21/19

Oct 21, 2019

The head of the Bloomington Normal Water Reclamation District tells why they have to spend a lot of money to remove phosphorus from waste water. Randy Stein says the price tag might be $160 million. Plus, Eric Stock talks with a Bloomington architect just named architect of the state capitol about historic preservation of a massive edifice that is also a working building. Noted Journalist Soledad O'Brien comes to Bloomington Normal and we have an interview. Allen Chambers makes the twin cities better...by making it a more delicious place. And a policy dive into the potential effect of consolidating the state's 600 fire and police pension fund assets.