by: Diane Benjamin
(Received under the Freedom of Information Act)
Mayor Renner frequently calls Bloomington a growing city. In this email he finally admits State Farm isn’t growing in Bloomington. The subject is the $30,000 study for a hotel in downtown Bloomington. I’m sure he was shocked when the study didn’t justify it, unless a lot of your tax dollars paid for part of it.
2 thoughts on “Renner finally admits State Farm . . .”
The last two hotels in downtown Bloomington became homes for transients and crack heads. Duh, maybe the history should tell you something if we had a historian that wasn’t agenda motivated by his socialistic brother. Then there is the farce about Route 66 tourism. Really? Lets change the Main Street into a strip mall for college students fill with apartments that were never there before and then stand around scratching heads trying to figure out why no tourists. No, they’ll do a study for another $100k. Stupid is as stupid does.
Tari could of paid me half of that amount to study for a hotel in downtown Bloomington and I would of gave him the same answer………………………..NO! 😛