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Bloomington Common Council

2016 Council -- Collective Photo

Front row, l-r: Chris Sturbaum (District I), Susan Sandberg (At-Large and Vice President), Andy Ruff (At-Large and President), and Steve Volan (District VI and Parliamentarian); Back row, l-r: Tim Mayer (At-Large), Allison Chopra (District III), Dorothy Granger (District II), Isabel Piedmont-Smith (District V), and Dave Rollo (District IV).

As the legislative body of the City, the City Council is a link between the citizens of Bloomington and their government. By enacting legislation that fosters the health, safety and welfare of the City, the Council works to represent the interests of residents while ensuring the delivery of municipal services. By statute, the Council is responsible for the control of the City's property and finances, and the appropriation of money (Indiana Code § 36‐4‐6‐1‐18).

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Council Meetings

Meetings are generally held the first four Wednesdays of the month at 7:30 p.m. in Council Chambers, City Hall, 401 N. Morton. All meetings of the Council are open to the public.

Public Comment: The Council values the voices of citizens and welcomes public comment at its meetings.View Rules for Making Public Comment.

Legislation

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