Council Member Chemberly Cummings Lawsuit Likely Between Normal Council Member And Town By Joe Deacon • May 21, 2019 Jeff Smudde / WGLT The Town of Normal appears headed into a lawsuit with one of its new council members over an unpaid sewer tap-on fee. Nord: No Time To Waste On Cutting Spending, Addressing Transit Concerns By Breanna Grow • May 7, 2019 Jeff Smudde / WGLT Normal Town Council member Stan Nord wasted no time bringing up one of his central campaign issues during his first council meeting. Planning Commission Director: 'Affordable Housing' May Not Mean What You Think By Breanna Grow • Mar 5, 2019 Breanna Grow / WGLT Vasu Gadhiraju knows when she says “affordable housing,” many people think about low-income housing. Normal Adds Financial Incentives To Trail East Project By Breanna Grow • Jan 8, 2019 Breanna Grow / WGLT Officials in Normal defended the Trail East project against public criticism Monday night, with the council unanimously approving two measures to keep the project moving forward. Normal To Seek Public Input On Community Development Spending; Property Tax Levy Approved By Breanna Grow • Dec 3, 2018 Cindy Le / WGLT The Town of Normal has a new plan in place to get more residents’ input on Community Development Block Grant spending. Normal Passes Welcoming Community Ordinance By Student Reporter Baylee Steelman • May 8, 2018 Carleigh Gray / WGLT The Normal Town Council passed a Welcoming Community ordinance Monday that aims to create a new “check and balance” system for police interactions with immigration officials while still adhering to state and federal law. Normal Panel: Share More Data, Create New 'Policing Culture' Board By Ryan Denham & Mike McCurdy • Aug 22, 2017 Staff / WGLT Just a month after Bloomington’s aldermen created a new police advisory board, the Normal Town Council heard recommendations Monday for improving how its officers interact with people of color. Town Council To Decide Uptown Underpass Option By Mike McCurdy • Jun 16, 2017 WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff The Town of Normal Council is expected to sign off on an option for pedestrians and people on bikes to traverse railroad tracks bisecting Uptown.