Supporters say the rule will provide more transparency when city councilors vote on projects that benefit campaign donors. Critics say the change will benefit councilors who can bankroll their own campaigns.
Developers pitch plans for more than 300 new houses in Fishers
The Fishers City Council reviewed two petitions Monday seeking to rezone a total of 167 acres of farmland to make way for two neighborhoods along Florida Road, between 113th Street and Southeastern Parkway.Read More
Judge grants The GOAT another hearing to determine if Carmel bar can stay in business
A Hamilton County Superior Court Judge has ordered the Carmel Board of Zoning Appeals to vacate its denial of The Greatest of All Tavern’s special-use variance and conduct another hearing after he found the board violated Open Door requirements.Read More
Fishers might soon require council OK for new big-box store tenants
The Fishers Plan Commission voted in favor of a proposal Wednesday that would allow the city council to review, approve and set conditions for certain tenants interested in moving into a building with a floor area of 25,000 square feet or greater.Read More
Public access counselor: Carmel BZA violated transparency laws during review of The GOAT
Indiana Public Access Counselor Luke Britt issued an opinion stating the Carmel Board of Zoning Appeals violated Indiana Open Door Laws by having its members approve the written findings of fact for its April 26 meeting outside of the public eye.Read More
A trust overseeing cleanup of Superfund site north of Zionsville is suing an environmental remediation firm after tests showed contaminant levels in the target area were higher than expected. The company has filed its own suit against the trust.
The Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Public Library is planning to build an estimated 23,000-square-foot branch on 11 acres gifted by Whitestown that will offer additional community meeting spaces and programming.
As proposed, the Urban Apples concept would include an apple orchard, a cidery and family-friendly amenities.
While many cities are selling their wastewater systems to utility companies, the city of Fishers is bucking the trend.
More than 50 cities and counties across Indiana have partnered to form nine regions to apply for the state’s $500 million READI grant program.
The radiopharmaceutical developer and manufacturer is the latest in a string of life sciences firms that have announced plans to grow operations in Fishers.
The city of Westfield and Grand Park announced a framework last month to let commercial and institutional organizations use the 400-acre athletic facility as a research lab and product-testing ground.
Chicago-based Fabio Viviani Hospitality Group is partnering with Giant Eagle’s Market District to open Osteria Carmel in the former Table by Market District space.
The conceptual design for Hyde Park lays the groundwork for mixed-used buildings, multifamily housing, neighborhood retail and office space, a senior living community and a park to be developed near Interstate 69 over the next 10 years.
The Westfield City Council voted Monday to override the mayor’s veto of its new campaign finance disclosure rule before also voting to withdraw a proposal to terminate its State Road 32 agreement with the state.
David Becker, who founded the Fishers-based bank in 1999, will relinquish his role as president but remain at the bank as CEO and chairman.
The company behind NinjaZone and Wright’s Gymnastics is set to build a 37,000-square-foot gymnastics, dance, preschool and athletics facility in Westfield’s Grand Park Sports Campus.
Fishers-based Quantigen Biosciences is spending $2.5 million to redevelop 40,000 square feet of office space along Interstate 69 as its new specialty contract research laboratory.
The Grand Park Research & Development Hub will use the 400-acre youth sports campus as a testing ground for new technologies, services and research projects related to facilities and activities in the sports tourism industry.
The amount dedicated to building a 296-space, three-story parking garage servicing the city’s new police station and other adjacent users has grown from $8 million to a projected $11.5 million.
Based in Westborough, Massachusetts, BJ’s is the third-largest warehouse club chain in the country. It operates 221 warehouse-style stores in 17 states.
The project agreement offers Italy-based Stevanato Group a 15-year tax abatement, a $2.4 million commercial property grant and nearly 36 acres the city plans to buy at 126th Street and Cumberland Road.
The last time the German-themed Christmas market was held in 2019, it drew more than 300,000 visitors. Event organizers aren’t sure if lingering concerns about COVID-19 will hurt attendance or if there will be a strong return.