At least 10 residents living in the Bloomington's Ward 6 will be interviewed to fill a pending vacancy on the Bloomington City Council.
Current Ward 6 Ald. Jenn Carrillo announced last week they would be walking away from the council. Their time in office will end on Aug. 31, about half-way through their four-year term.
Jenn Carrillo, 31, will no longer live within the boundaries of Ward 6. Carrillo confirmed the anticipated move to The Pantagraph on Monday afternoon, hours before the council was set to meet for its monthly work session.
The new, smaller caliber duty weapons are expected to last 10 years before they need complete reworkings or replacement, and should save the department at least 20% in ammunition costs each year.
Council on Monday will also vote to amend a portion of the ordinance related to utility shutoffs.
The Bloomington City Council on Monday approved a formal admonishment for Ward 6 Ald. Jenn Carrillo, after she publicly committed this month to make "life a living hell" for two city council member elects.
The Bloomington City Council has called a special session to discuss and hold a vote Monday on whether to subject Ward 6. Ald. Jenn Carrillo to a formal admonishment after publicly committing last week to make "life a living hell" for two city council member elects.
Mayor-elect Mboka Mwilambwe says that Ward 6 Ald. Jenn Carrillo should be subject to a formal admonishment after publicly committing last week to make "life a living hell" for two city council member elects.
The Bloomington City Council voted 5 to 4 on Monday to extend a year-old pause on water shutoffs, despite a recommendation from city staff to not reinstate it.
The Bloomington City Council voted 8 to 1 on Monday to adopt the fiscal year 2022 budget, codifying a 9.3% total increase from the current $230.3 million FY 2021 budget.
The Bloomington City Council will cast its first formal vote Monday to adopt or reject a record $251.7 million spending plan for the fiscal year that begins May 1.
Carrillo in the post characterized Sheila Montney and Nick Becker as "dangerous authoritarians who got bought out by the police union." Here's how they responded.
Despite collecting the most total votes among the three candidates vying in Tuesday's election to lead the city, Bloomington Mayor-elect Mboka Mwilambwe was the top vote-getter in only two of the city's nine wards.
About two hours after The Pantagraph’s initial report was posted online Friday afternoon, Reed posted an apology on Facebook and said he will no longer be campaigning for the school board.