Indianapolis Business Journal

FEB. 18-24, 2022

Indianapolis has put more than $30 million into its Violent Crime Prevention Grants Program since 2009, but homicides have skyrocketed. Leslie Bonilla Muñiz reports that as the city plans to spend $45 million in federal pandemic money for programs aimed at quelling violent crime, some stakeholders want to see clear-cut results. Also in this week’s issue, Dave Lindquist explains why many Indy-area restaurant owners have unfinished business with the underfunded federal Restaurant Revitalization Fund. And Mickey Shuey explores the question of whether Indianapolis should try to nab hosting duties for another Super Bowl when warm-weather cities—and those with new NFL stadiums—are favored.

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