The Bloomington City Council will meet on Wednesday

BLOOMINGTON – The Bloomington City Council will meet in a regular session on Wednesday, August 18th at 6:30 p.m.

The meeting will be conducted electronically. The public can access the meeting on Zoom at this link.

On the agenda:

Roll Call
II. Agenda Summation
III. Approval of Minutes
September 9, 2020 (Special Session)
September 23, 2020 (Regular Session)
IV. Reports – (A maximum of twenty minutes is set aside for each part of this section.)
A. Councilmembers
B. The Mayor and City Offices
C. Council Committees
D. Public*
V. Appointments to Boards and Commissions
VI. Legislation for Second Reading and Resolutions
A. Appropriation Ordinance 21-01 – To Appropriate from the ARP Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund, IFA Coronavirus Relief Fund, General Fund, and Parks and Recreation General Fund Expenditures for Purposes that Fulfill the Intent of the American Rescue Plan Act in Aid of the City of Bloomington’s Recovery from the Effects of the COVID-19 Emergency
VII. Legislation for First Readings
A. Ordinance 21-33 – Final Approval to Issue Economic Development Revenue Notes and Lend the Proceeds for the Renovation of Affordable Housing – Re: Crestmont Community, 1002 N. Summit Street, Bloomington, Indiana (Bloomington Rad II, LP, Petitioner)
B. Ordinance 21-32 – To Amend Title 8 of the Bloomington Municipal Code, Entitled “Historic Preservation and Protection” to Establish a Historic District Re: The Thomas Smith House Historic District
C. Ordinance 21-31 – To Amend the City of Bloomington Zoning Maps by Amending the District Ordinance and Preliminary Plan of the Curry PUD – Re: 105 S. Pete Ellis Drive (Curry Urban Properties, Petitioner)
VIII. Additional Public Comment* (A maximum of twenty-five minutes is set aside for this section.)
IX. Council Schedule
X. Adjournment

  • Members of the public may speak on matters of community concern not listed on the agenda at one of the two
    public comment opportunities. Citizens may speak at one of these periods, but not both. Speakers are allowed five
    minutes; this time allotment may be reduced by the presiding officer if numerous people wish to speak.


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