Vision Fleet, the electric car vendor in the middle of a dispute between the City-County Council and the city of Indianapolis, is seeking a legal review of its contract in which a five-judge panel determines the validity of the pact.
The mayor declined to set up a city email account when he took office in 2008, and he does not use one to this day.
Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard and a major religious organization have joined a growing list of civic and business leaders expressing opposition to the controversial “religious freedom restoration” bill, which will become law unless vetoed by Gov. Mike Pence.
WMB Heartland Justice Partners, which beat out two other finalists, will require the city to pay $46.8 million a year, $3.2 million less than the ceiling the city set.
Murray Clark had been among the most prominent Republicans mentioned as possible candidates for the party after Mayor Greg Ballard announced he wouldn't seek election to a third term.
In an emotional address Thursday, Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard explained his reasons for not seeking a third term and promised not to take his last year lightly.
A grassroots, church-based organization is trying to stir up voter interest in the city’s plan for a new criminal justice complex and questioning the need to expand jail capacity.
Mayor Greg Ballard announced Tuesday morning a plan to replace gas-powered cars in the city’s fleet with 425 all-electric and hybrid vehicles by 2016. Indianapolis is the vendor’s first customer.
The $1 billion budget approved by the City-County Council Monday night included a last-minute amendment that could put $1.7 million toward the mayor’s plan to cut crime and expand access to preschool.
City-County Council President Maggie Lewis and Vice President John Barth said children could be served next year by the state’s much smaller pilot program, which will reach nearly 800 economically disadvantaged four-year-olds in Marion County.
New justice center would clear swaths of offices, raising vacancy rates at a time when the market is struggling.
Details of a pending recycling deal with Covanta are emerging. Under the pact, the city of Indianapolis would face financial penalties if it launches other recycling programs.