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EDITORIAL: Finishing touches for Ballard legacy

Mayor Greg Ballard may have begun his tenure as Indy’s top elected official with the label “accidental mayor.” But Ballard’s legacy will go well beyond the circumstances of his upset victory in 2007.
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EDITORIAL: Autonomy crucial for IPS turnaround

With the election of three reform-minded candidates to the board of Indianapolis Public Schools, hope is renewed—once again—that the long-struggling district will become a city asset.
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EDITORIAL: Westfield officials didn’t play it straight

The public deserved better disclosure over indoor soccer facility.
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EDITORIAL: Library did its homework

Capital projects plan makes sense, and should be approved by the City-County Council.
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Transportation takes many forms

Perhaps the Indiana Department of Transportation should be renamed the Indiana Department of Highways and Bridges.
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EDITORIAL: Pre-K opposition smells political

Democrats are digging in on the wrong issue.
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EDITORIAL: Digital billboards could fill coffers

The city should put another bargaining chip on the table: revenue.
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EDITORIAL: Simon isn’t the problem

Recent criticism of Washington Square decision is misdirected.
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EDITORIAL: Public deserves full disclosure

The city might be negotiating a sweet deal for Indianapolis taxpayers over the proposed $500 million justice center to be built across from the Indianapolis Zoo on the former site of General Motors’ stamping plant. Or, taxpayers might be getting a bad deal.
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EDITORIAL: Covanta deal raises red flags

It doesn’t take an expert in recycling technology to raise at least a few concerns with the city’s newly approved contract with New Jersey-based Covanta.
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