Indianapolis Business Journal

DEC. 4-10, 2020

The city of Carmel is the latest Indiana community trying to leverage its waterways to offer businesses cheap and plentiful liquor licenses. Kurt Christian has more on Carmel’s plans to establish four riverfront districts and checks in with other communities to see how the strategy has played out around the state. Also in this week’s issue, Mickey Shuey explores how city tourism officials could juggle the conventions and events set for 2021 in order to make room for hosting the entire NCAA men’s basketball tournament this spring. And Samm Quinn outlines how the Indianapolis City-County Council hopes to move the needle on food insecurity by taking a more aggressive approach to tackling food access and equity issues.

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Editorial: Cook provides jobs—and an example

Inspired by the protests against racial inequality this summer, the Bloomington-based Cook Medical team began looking for a way to diversify and realized the company could help itself while helping others. And Cook officials want to share their playbook with others.

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Letter: Common sense for public safety

There needs to be a complete understanding by all citizens that the moment you take the step from peaceful protesting to damaging property or assaulting others that you are now a criminal and will be arrested, regardless of what your cause may be.

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