By: Diane Benjamin
The City of Bloomington will be holding a Committee of the Whole meeting to hear the plans for O’Neil park. http://bloomingtonil.iqm2.com/Citizens/FileOpen.aspx?Type=1&ID=1106&Inline=True
The proposed budget for next year has $10,000,000 allocated. Remember when Renner and company wanted a water park? My sources say the neighborhood defeated turning their area into a destination. They want the pool replaced, of course for $10 million – more will be included, but it won’t be a water park. Tune in at 6:00pm.
Normal is also meeting with a light agenda. Two things that will change if voters toss Koos and the incumbents:
A government that respects taxpayers understand they work for taxpayers. The above public comment policy proves Normal does not want to hear from you. What the comment policy should be:
- 30 minutes at the beginning of the meeting, time can be extended
- Speakers get 3 minutes on any topic
- Sign up to speak 15 before the meeting starts
Koos and company changed the wording on this item so Town expenditures can not be discussed:
Here are some items listed under payments tonight nobody can talk about:
I bet that last one has to do with the underpass, but it’s a secret.