Indianapolis Business Journal

SEPTEMBER 17-23, 2012

This week, find out what Greenwood officials want to see at a new I-65 exit and read about the potential fallout from the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra lockout. In Focus, see why entrepreneurs are readying their public pitches. And in A&E, etc., check out Sola Adelowo's new "Image Matters" column.

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EDITORIAL: Stop obstructing TIF projects

We applaud the move by certain Democrats on the City-County Council last month to advance a proposal to expand the downtown tax increment financing district. Now we’re counting on the full council to pass it when it’s eligible for consideration at the council’s Sept. 17 meeting.

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More ways to fix abandoned homes

I finished reading the [Sept. 3 Forefront column] from Samuel Odle and couldn’t agree more that the abandoned homes issue poses many challenges for the neighborhoods, residents and overall Indianapolis community. However, I felt compelled to offer a fourth solution.

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Teacher preparation already changing

At the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, we agree with David Harris [Sept. 3 Forefront] that Gov. Mitch Daniels is in an exciting position to reform teacher preparation at Purdue. Some steps have already been taken there, with the governor’s endorsement.

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