Billy Tyus Hold On Water Shutoffs Spells Big Bills For Bloomington Landlords By Dana Vollmer • Apr 12, 2021 Flicker User R/DV/RS / CC BY 2.0 Some Bloomington landlords are getting stuck with huge water utility bills their tenants aren't paying during the pandemic. City Mentorships Take Teen Enrichment Nonprofit To The Next Level By Camberyn Kelley • Mar 29, 2021 Courtesy A former Bloomington Housing Authority resident has created a space to encourage students in the community to achieve goals they might not have been confronted with. New Bloomington Office Seeks To Expand Inclusion At City Hall And Beyond By Eric Stock • Nov 2, 2020 Eric Stock / WGLT Bloomington wants to improve diversity among city staff to better reflect the city's population. Bloomington Considers Creating Public Arts Commission By Eric Stock • Sep 27, 2020 Emily Bollinger / WGLT Bloomington City Council members said they're on board with an effort to display more art in public spaces in the city, but some disagree about what art they want in their neighborhood. Town, City Team Up To Come Up With Plan For Small Cell Wireless Deployment By Ryan Denham • Aug 20, 2020 Rohanmkth / Creative Commons/Wikipedia The City of Bloomington and Town of Normal are working together to hire a consultant to help establish rules for deploying wireless technology all over the community in ways that do not become eyesores. Bloomington To Consider $6.5 Million in Roadwork By Eric Stock • Apr 24, 2020 City of Bloomington Bloomington plans to spend more than $4 million on street resurfacing this summer, just part of its effort to repair some of the city's crumbling infrastructure. Bloomington Looks To Automate Water Meter Replacements By Eric Stock • Jan 27, 2020 Eric Stock / WGLT Bloomington is looking to replace its aging water meters in the city more efficiently. Bloomington-Normal Attracts Decatur Talent Pool By Eric Stock • Jan 15, 2020 When the McLean County Regional Planning Commission recently finished its national search for a new director, it found the leader it wanted pretty close to home. Bloomington Considers Gambling For Planned Pizzeria, Higher Recycling Costs By Eric Stock • Nov 25, 2019 Eric Stock / WGLT Bloomington could be promising a gaming license for a planned pizzeria, provided it opens on schedule. Bloomington To Consider West Side Beer Garden, $2.5M In Sewer Repairs By Eric Stock • Oct 14, 2019 Eric Stock / WGLT A west Bloomington restaurant is getting pushback over plans to add a beer garden. Bloomington To Consider Expanded Gambling, Gleason Raise By Eric Stock • Aug 26, 2019 Eric Stock / WGLT Bloomington city staff believes it's come up with a plan to expand video gambling that will meet city council approval. Bloomington To Consider Renaming Rivian Motorway By Eric Stock • Aug 12, 2019 Eric Stock / WGLT Bloomington city staff expects a vote on a proposed highway name change to be a formality, even though it sparked debate in Normal last month. Bloomington To Consider Lawsuit Settlement, 1st Chicken Coop By Eric Stock • May 13, 2019 Amy Niebur / WGLT The City of Bloomington wants to settle a lawsuit alleging misconduct by four of its police officers. Tyus Sees 'Perfect Fit' In Bloomington Deputy Post By Eric Stock • Feb 11, 2019 Eric Stock / WGLT Bloomington's new deputy city manager said he started looking to leave his hometown of Decatur once Tim Gleason left as city manager to take the same job in Bloomington last July. Decatur's Deputy City Manager Follows Gleason To Bloomington By Eric Stock • Jan 7, 2019 City of Bloomington Bloomington City Manager Tim Gleason’s former deputy city manager in Decatur is following him to Bloomington where he will serve in the same post.