Bloomington Public Works City Council Sends Back West Side Restaurant Beer Garden Request By Mary Cullen • Oct 14, 2019 Eric Stock / WGLT The Bloomington City Council voted Monday to send a west side restaurant’s request for a beer garden back to the liquor commission. Bloomington Set To Update Watershed Plans By Eric Stock • Sep 23, 2019 Staff / WGLT Bloomington is looking up update its watershed plans for Lake Bloomington and Evergreen Lake to ensure the city's drinking water remains safe. Bloomington Will Spend Up To $2M To Improve Water Testing By Eric Stock • Aug 27, 2019 Eric Stock / WGLT Bloomington plans to spend up to $2 million over the next five years to upgrade its aging water monitoring systems. Bloomington Adds Smart Technology To Garbage Trucks By Eric Stock • Jun 18, 2019 Staff / WGLT Bloomington's garbage trucks are getting smarter. Bloomington Changes Spring Pickup To Curb Unsightly Waste By Eric Stock • Apr 8, 2019 WGLT file photo Bloomington public works crews don't want everyone setting out their bulk waste and brush on May 1 this year for the annual spring collection. Bloomington Offers Water, Sewer Insurance Starting In May By Eric Stock • Apr 5, 2019 WGLT file photo Bloomington's new ServLine program that insures homeowners against water and sewer leaks and repairs starts May 1. Bloomington Hikes Fire Protection Bills A Decade Late By Eric Stock • Mar 22, 2019 WGLT file photo Bloomington city officials say they don't know how a fire protection rate increase wasn't billed for 10 years. Snowplow Ride-Along: Drivers Work Overtime To Get Roads Cleared By Eric Stock • Jan 23, 2019 Jeff Smudde / WGLT Whenever a snowstorm hits, the first question most people have is, "When is my street getting plowed?" Water Leak, Service Line Protection Options Added in Bloomington By Breanna Grow • Dec 10, 2018 Staff / WGLT Bloomington residents will see an additional $1.05 on their monthly water bills as insurance against water leaks. Bloomington Water Department Move to Save $250K By Eric Stock • Oct 19, 2018 Staff / WGLT Bloomington city officials say merging the Public Works and Water departments will streamline services and save the city money. Bloomington To Levy Stiff Fines For Moving Barricades By Eric Stock • Aug 28, 2018 Eric Stock / WGLT Bloomington is implementing fines starting at $250 for anyone who tries to remove a traffic control device. City Library Director Needs Council Input On Expansion By Mary Cullen • Aug 2, 2018 Staff / WGLT The Bloomington Public Library expansion plan has been in the works for nearly two decades. But the most recent proposal has some, including Mayor Tari Renner, concerned about the timeline. Bloomington Seeks To Open Convenience Center To Charities By Eric Stock • Jul 30, 2018 Eric Stock / WGLT Bloomington's Public Works Department wants to make the city's newly renamed Citizen Convenience Center convenient for local charities too.