Local Government

Former City-County Councilor’s trial gets under way

September 6, 2011
Scott Olson
An attorney for Lincoln Plowman, a former City-County Council member on trial for attempted extortion, says his client was seeking payment for his services, not soliciting a bribe from an undercover agent posing as a strip-club operator.
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CIB approves refinancing Conseco, dome bondsRestricted Content

September 3, 2011
 IBJ Staff
The move is expected to save $8 million to $9 million over the life of the bonds.
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Former City-County Councilor’s trial set to begin

August 31, 2011
Scott Olson
Lincoln Plowman, also a former Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department major, is accused of using his official position to collect $6,000 for helping to grease the wheels for a new strip club.
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Sheriff's department concerned about budget crunch

August 30, 2011
Francesca Jarosz
Officials from the Marion County Sheriff’s Department say they are concerned that a $10 million gap in this year’s budget will hurt their ability to pay critical bills.
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'Expand the smorgasbord' at former GM siteRestricted Content

August 27, 2011
Gordon Hendry / Special to IBJ
Indianapolis has a rich history of turning challenging redevelopment projects into local success stories, and I have no doubt the GM Stamping Plant will become part of that history as officials determine the best uses for the expansive site near downtown.
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Sustainability, more new jobs key to GM siteRestricted Content

August 27, 2011
Kevin Parsons / Special to IBJ
Why not look at the entire neighborhood instead of just this old site?
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Indianapolis, Beech Grove settle utility billing feud

August 26, 2011
Indianapolis and Beech Grove wrapped up their decade-old dispute prior to the city's official transfer of its water and wastewater utilities to Citizens Energy Group.
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City plans to install solar panels at public works buildings

August 25, 2011
Francesca Jarosz
The city has put out a request seeking companies or teams of firms qualified to install solar photovoltaic systems at three of its public works buildings and garages.
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Indianapolis library narrows CEO search to two

August 24, 2011
One of the two finalists for the Indianapolis public library system's top job is Jackie Nytes, a former associate director of the library and City-County Councilor. The library hopes to have a CEO named by November.
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City to seek more parking for Rolls-Royce's move

August 23, 2011
Francesca Jarosz
The Capital Improvement Board will be charged with helping Rolls-Royce Corp. find up to an additional 500 parking spaces to accommodate the company’s move to a downtown office campus formerly occupied by Eli Lilly and Co.
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Broad Ripple group doubles down in fight over Kilroy's

August 23, 2011
Cory Schouten
Members of the Broad Ripple Village Association are vowing to continue their fight against a new Kilroy's Bar n' Grill after they were denied a chance to speak out about the plan at a public hearing.
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Library plans to restore hours at some branches

August 22, 2011
Francesca Jarosz
The financial picture for Indianapolis’ struggling public library system is expected to improve enough for leaders to consider restoring operating hours at 10 of its 23 locations next year.
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Public safety official Mayes leaves postRestricted Content

August 20, 2011
 IBJ Staff
Jonathan Mayes, an attorney who served just over a year as deputy public safety director under Frank Straub, has joined Bose McKinney & Evans' Labor and Employment Practice Group.
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'Buy local' law doesn't sting Indy sewer project

August 19, 2011
Francesca Jarosz
A new state law that could add to the cost of public works projects didn’t impact one of Indianapolis’ most sizable bids this year.
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Parking deal netting city more meter money

August 19, 2011
Scott Olson
In the quarter ended June 30, the city's share of revenue from parking meters totaled $498,273 compared with $108,265 in the same time frame of 2010, a 360-percent increase.
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City gives $82,000 for IndyFringe theater project

August 19, 2011
The grant from the city's parking meter fund will be used to rebuild a nearby alleyway, repair sidewalks and install access curbs at the organization's theater building on Saint Clair Street.
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City to cut $20 million from most departments in 2012

August 11, 2011
Francesca Jarosz
Indianapolis will shed 200 positions next year to help cut $20 million from non-public safety agencies.
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City plans to put $80M from utility sale into new fund

August 10, 2011
Scott Olson
The money would be used as a safeguard to help Indianapolis maintain its AAA credit ratings. But Democrat mayoral challenger Melina Kennedy is criticizing the move.
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City considers tougher ticket-scalping regulations

August 9, 2011
Scott Olson
A proposal in front of a City-County Council committee would require ticket brokers to purchase an annual license to sell tickets within one mile of an event venue.
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Indiana counties wrestling with tax overpayment

August 5, 2011
Associated Press
City and county officials across Indiana are starting to wrestle with how they'll deal with the state's plan to recoup roughly $610 million it overpaid local governments for income taxes it expected to collect.
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City cracking down on noncompliant tax breaks

August 5, 2011
Cory Schouten
The city of Indianapolis is seeking to overturn property tax breaks for more than 20 companies that continued to apply for abatement even though they were unable to meet job commitments.
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Senior housing project replacing retail center

July 29, 2011
Cory Schouten
A run-down former retail plaza along Lafayette Road south of 30th Street will be torn down to make way for a senior housing development.
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Housing agency buying its building for $2.1M

July 25, 2011
Scott Olson
The City-County Council's Metropolitan Development Commission is set to hear a proposal Monday evening to allow IHA to purchase its headquarters building at 1919 N. Meridian St.
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Mayoral foe: Utilities sale money should fund 'human capital'

July 22, 2011
Francesca Jarosz
Democratic mayoral candidate Melina Kennedy unveiled a proposal Friday to set aside $150 million in proceeds from the sale of the city's water and sewer utilities to fund early education, crime prevention and job training.
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City ready to take down 1,100 abandoned homes

July 18, 2011
Francesca Jarosz
With the sale of its water and sewer utilities cleared by regulators, the city of Indianapolis is preparing to deploy $15 million to $25 million in funds from the deal into tearing down abandoned houses.
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  1. Of what value is selling alcoholic beverages to State Fair patrons when there are many families with children attending. Is this the message we want to give children attending and participating in the Fair, another venue with alooholic consumption onsite. Is this to promote beer and wine production in the state which are great for the breweries and wineries, but where does this end up 10-15 years from now, lots more drinkers for the alcoholic contents. If these drinks are so important, why not remove the alcohol content and the flavor and drink itself similar to soft drinks would be the novelty, not the alcoholic content and its affects on the drinker. There is no social or material benefit from drinking alcoholic beverages, mostly people want to get slightly or highly drunk.

  2. I did;nt know anyone in Indiana could count- WHY did they NOT SAY just HOW this would be enforced? Because it WON;T! NOW- with that said- BIG BROTHER is ALIVE in this Article-why take any comment if it won't appease YOU PEOPLE- that's NOT American- with EVERYTHING you indicated is NOT said-I can see WHY it say's o Comments- YOU are COMMIES- BIG BROTHER and most likely- voted for Obama!

  3. In Europe there are schools for hairdressing but you don't get a license afterwards but you are required to assist in turkey and Italy its 7 years in japan it's 10 years England 2 so these people who assist know how to do hair their not just anybody and if your an owner and you hire someone with no experience then ur an idiot I've known stylist from different countries with no license but they are professional clean and safe they have no license but they have experience a license doesn't mean anything look at all the bad hairdressers in the world that have fried peoples hair okay but they have a license doesn't make them a professional at their job I think they should get rid of it because stateboard robs stylist and owners and they fine you for the dumbest f***ing things oh ur license isn't displayed 100$ oh ur wearing open toe shoes fine, oh there's ONE HAIR IN UR BRUSH that's a fine it's like really? So I think they need to go or ease up on their regulations because their too strict

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