Indianapolis Business Journal

APRIL 8-14, 2022

Indianapolis long has been low on public green space and the funds to add more. Leslie Bonilla Muñiz reports that local officials and not-for-profits now are exploring the potential sale of carbon credits to finance green space acquisition and preservation. Also in this week’s issue, Emily Ketterer profiles the five Democrats who are running for a newly draw seat in the Indiana Senate that runs through the heart of downtown Indianapolis. And Daniel Bradley reports that Hamilton County is finally ready to begin its $29 million reconstruction of the heavily traveled intersection at 146th Street and Allisonville Road.

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Letters: Willows project threatens neighborhood

Despite a relatively low density of our neighborhood, we already have occasional horrid traffic jams in the afternoons as the ridiculous intersection at Winthrop and Broad Ripple Avenue (and the Monon path) backs up traffic beyond the entrance to Oxbow.

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