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Ailing library eyes new funding source

A state lawmaker is pushing for a law that would allow Indianapolis’ public library system to get a share of local income taxes. But some already are balking at the concept, saying it would divert money from other agencies that need it.

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Tax caps spread relief around

Property tax caps—promoted as a way to relieve homeowners from skyrocketing property tax bills—have provided much more relief to a different group of taxpayers. Owners of rental properties and second homes got the lion’s share of assistance from the caps.

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JW Marriott picks top chef

A former executive chef at an upscale Louisville hotel will lead culinary operations at the 1,005-room JW Marriott, which will feature two major restaurants and 100,000 square feet of catering space.

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Indy airport boss remains on list for Atlanta job

John Clark III, executive director of the Indianapolis Airport Authority, is one of three finalists for the top position at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the world's busiest airport. Officials have made their pick, but won’t identify their selection.

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