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December 21 72-76 Passed Resolution 72-76 Twin Lakes ‡A Resolution Declaring the Area Currently Designated Twin Lakes Park be Renamed Rotary Community Park Resolution
December 21 72-75 Passed Resolution 72-75 A Resolution by the Common Council of the City of Bloomington, Indiana, Approving the Order of the Plan Commission Concerning the Approval and Support of the Neighborhood Development Program, West Side Area Development and First Year Action Plan  Resolution
December 21 72-74 Passed Resolution 72-74 Budget Transfers Within MVH Street Department ($2,027.93, $500, $49, $527.27), Animal Shelter ($620), Mayor's Office ($91.11), Human Rights Commission ($156), Transit ($714.87), Board of Public Works ($702.50, $1,310), and Drug Commission ($5, $525) Resolution
December 18 72-73 Passed Resolution 72-73 Investment of Funds, Federal Revenue Sharing Trust Fund ($245,902) to Mature in 90 Days from Date of Investment Resolution
December 7 72-72 Passed Resolution 72-72 Whole Theatre ‡ A Resolution Endorsing the Concept of the Whole Theatre and Specifically that Group's Current Efforts to Acquire and Renovate the Church Facility Presently Slated for Demolition Located on the Northeast Corner of 4th and Lincoln Streets Resolution
December 7 72-71 Passed Resolution 72-71 Budget Transfers Within Parks and Recreation ($13,209), Animal Control ($375, $250), Court ($70), Fire Department, ($152, $100), Rosehill Cemetery ($6.30), City Attorney ($165), Police Dept. ($5,250), Board of Works ($2,000, $8,100, $658.30) Resolution
December 7 72-70 Passed Resolution 72-70 Lake Monroe ‡A Resolution Accept the Report of the Environmental Quality and Conservation Commission and Concurring in the Position Taken by the Commission in Respect to Land Development around Lake Monroe Resolution
November 29 72-69 Passed Resolution 72-69 A Resolution to Endorse the Bloomington-Monroe Drug Abuse Commission's Proposed Eight Year Program to be Submitted to the National Institute of Mental Health Resolution
November 21 72-68 Passed Resolution 72-68 Investment of Funds, Water Works Construction Fund ($350,000) to Mature about June 10, 1973, Water Bond and Interest Fund ($1,100,000) to Mature about May 30, 1973, Water Depreciation Fund ($450,000) to Mature about April 30, 1973, Sanitation Operation Fund ($500,000) Resolution
November 16 72-67 Passed Resolution 72-67 Budget Transfers Within City Court ($39.50), Board of Public Works ($3,500), Fire Department ($2,300), and Human Rights Commission ($35) Resolution
November 2 72-66 Passed Resolution 72-66 Budget Transfers Within Board of Works ($4,900) Resolution
November 2 72-65 Passed Resolution 72-65 Cable TV Rates ‡A Resolution Approving the Rate Structure Increase of the Monroe All-Channel Cablevision, Inc. Resolution
November 2 72-64 Passed Resolution 72-64 Budget Transfers Within Parks & Recreation ($10, $59.40, $401, $92.92) and Motor Vehicle Highway Fund ($6,000) Resolution
October 19 72-63 Passed Resolution 72-63 Investment of Funds, Sanitation Operating & Maintenance Fund ($500,000) to Mature about December 31, 1972 Resolution
October 26 72-62 Passed [Resolution 72-62 A Resolution by the Common Council of the City of Bloomington, Indiana, Approving the Order of the Plan Commission Concerning the Approval and Support of the Neighborhood Development Program, Central Business District Development and First Year Action Plan Resolution
October 19 72-61 Passed Resolution 72-61 A Resolution to Designate Monies Received in the First Revenue Sharing Installment of 1972 Under the Federal Revenue Sharing Act be Designated to Apply to Reducing 1973 Property Taxes in the City of Bloomington  Resolution
October 19 72-60 Passed Resolution 72-60 Budget Transfers Within Fire Department ($1,100), Planning Department ($950), Animal Control ($20) Resolution
October 6 72-59 Passed Resolution 72-59 Kirkwood and Dunn Property ‡ A Resolution Approving the Sale of Real Estate for $115,000 Resolution
October 5 72-58 Passed Resolution 72-58 Consumer Awareness Week ‡A Resolution Endorsing October 9-13 as Consumer Awareness Week and Urging Citizens to Participate in Scheduled Events Resolution
October 5 72-57 Passed Resolution 72-57 A Resolution Authorizing the Taking of an Appeal to the State Board of Tax Commissioners from Reductions to the City of Bloomington Budgets and Tax Levy of the Year 1973 by the Monroe County Board of Tax Adjustment Resolution
October 5 72-56 Passed Resolution 72-56 Budget Transfers Cumulative Capital ($15,000), Rose Hill Cemetery ($100), Human Rights Commission ($100), and Environmental Commission ($36.25, $75) Resolution
September 21 72-55 Passed Resolution 72-55 Developmental Study Committee ‡A Resolution Supporting the Developmental Study Committee's Efforts to Explore the Developmental Processes of the Community Resolution
September 21 72-54 Passed Resolution 72-54 Budget Transfers Within Drug Control Commission ($200), Parks & Recreation ($9,350, $1,800, $1,000, and $1,000), Environmental Commission ($900), Board of Public Safety ($400), Board of Public Works ($5,600 Resolution
September 7 72-53 Passed Resolution 72-53 Project Commitment ‡A Resolution Endorsing Project Commitment of Bloomington and Urging Citizens to Participate in the Scheduled Events Resolution
September 7 72-52 Passed Resolution 72-52 Budget Transfers Within Drug Commission ($1,850), Fire Department ($300), and Police Department ($18,000) Resolution
- - - 72-51 Tabled Resolution 72-51 Resolution Concerning the Proposed Park Bond Issue Resolution
August 17 72-50 Passed Resolution 72-50 Investment of Funds Resolution
August 17 72-49 Passed Resolution 72-49 Temporary Loan, Water Bond & Interest Fund to General Fund ($400,000) Resolution
September 7 72-48 Passed Resolution 72-48 A Resolution to Seek More Effective Maintenance and Improvement Programs for Dwelling And Other Structures Within the City of Bloomington and to Seek Effective Enforcement of Ordinances and Statutes Pertaining Thereto for the Benefit, Welfare and General Safety of All Citizens Resolution
August 17 72-47 Passed Resolution 72-47 Utilities Referendum ‡A Resolution Placing the Question of a Utility Service Board Before the Voters of the City of Bloomington Resolution
August 17 72-46 Passed Resolution 72-46 Budget Transfers Within Environmental Commission ($1,000), Controller ($334.50), Drug Control Commission ($1,850), City Attorney ($1,036.10), and Cumulative Capital ($16,000) Resolution
August 17 72-45 Passed Resolution 72-45 Street Lighting ‡A Resolution to Install Sixteen Street Lights in the City of Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana Resolution
August 3 72-44 Passed Resolution 72-44 Budget Transfers Within Board of Public Works ($2,318.49, $1,300), Common Council ($462.34), Environmental Commission ($33.56), and Planning ($6,200) Resolution
July 26 72-43 Passed Resolution 72-43 Investment of Funds, Project Temporary Loan ($100,000) to Mature December 1, 1972, Sewage Works Improvement Fund ($500,000) to Mature in 30 Days, and Special Water Construction Fund ($300,000) to Mature December 15, 1972 Resolution
July 20 72-42 Passed Resolution 72-42 Budget Transfers Within Environmental Commission ($3,000, $100) Resolution
July 20 72-41 Passed Resolution 72-41 Waiver of Kennel Fee License For PALS Non-Profit Organization Resolution
July 20 72-40 Passed Resolution 72-40 Sediment Control Resolution Resolution
July 20 72-39 Passed Resolution 72-39 Environmental Quality and Conservation Commission ‡ A Resolution to Petition the Appropriate State of Indiana Agencies to Allow a Representative from the Bloomington City Administration to hear and assist in Decisions Regarding Lake Monroe) Resolution
July 6 72-38 Passed Resolution 72-38 Investment of Funds Sanitation Operating & Maintenance Fund ($500,000) to Mature in Three Months Resolution
July 6 72-37 Passed Resolution 72-37 Budget Transfers Within Department of Redevelopment ($1,200), Planning Department ($195, $4,010), and Rosehill Cemetery ($182) Resolution
July 6 72-36 Passed Resolution 72-36 A Resolution Concerning Construction in Areas of the City of Bloomington, Indiana, in Which There is Danger of Flooding  Resolution
June 23 72-35 Passed Resolution 72-35 Budget Transfer Within Board of Public Works ($10,000) Resolution
June 15 72-34 Passed Resolution 72-34 Budget Transfers Within Parks and Recreation ($24.30), Human Rights Commission ($25), and Environmental Commission ($127) Resolution
June 1 72-33 Passed Resolution 72-33 Investment of Funds, Sewage Works Depreciation Fund ($200,000) to Mature in 90 Days, Water Depreciation ($400,000) to Mature in 90 Days, Sanitation Operating & Maintenance Fund ($500,000) to Mature in 35 Days, and Cumulative Capital Improvement Fund ($200,000) to Mature in 90 Days Resolution
June 1 72-32 Passed Resolution 72-32 Budget Transfers Within Environment Commission ($250), City Controller ($40), Fire Department ($800), Park & Recreation Department ($1,500), Rose Hill Cemetery ($182), and Drug Control Commission ($360) Resolution
May 18 72-31 Passed Resolution 72-31 Compliance with Requirement of National Flood Plain Insurance Program  Resolution
May 18 72-30 Passed Resolution 72-30 Investment of Funds, Special Water Construction Fund ($300,000) to Mature in Two Months, Water Bond & Interest Fund ($300,000) to Mature in Six Months, and Sewage Works Improvement Fund ($600,000) to Mature in Two Months Resolution
May 18 72-29 Passed Resolution 72-29 Budget Transfers Within Board of Works ($316), Transportation Department ($2,854), Department of Law ($750), and Parking Meter Police Fund ($7,658) Resolution
May 10 72-28 Passed Resolution 72-28 Budget Transfers Within Rosehill Cemetery ($72), Parks and Recreation ($216, $1,500) Resolution
May 4 72-27 Passed Resolution 72-27 Marmie Tuerff ‡ A Resolution Recommending Jack Lyness and Marmie Tuerff's Culinary Expertise and Skill in the Preparation of Peanut Butter Sandwiches Resolution
May 4 72-26 Passed Resolution 72-26 Temporary Loans From Water Bond & Interest Fund ($100,000) to General Fund and Sewage Works Sinking Fund ($100,000) to General Fund Resolution
May 4 72-25 Passed Resolution 72-25 Budget Transfers Within Fire Department ($180), Board of Works ($280), Environmental Commission ($250) Resolution
May 4 72-24 Passed Resolution 72-24 Technical Studies Grant ‡ A Resolution Authorizing the Mayor's Office to Execute and File an Application on Behalf of the Common Council with the U.S. Department of Transportation to Aid in the Financing of a Technical Studies Grant and Other Related Matters Resolution
April 20 72-23 Passed Resolution 72-23 Budget Transfers Within Fire Department Budget ($1,200), Environmental Commission Budget ($250), Police Department Budget ($10,000), Board of Works Budget ($35,000) and Cumulative Capital Improvements Budget ($5,000) Resolution
April 20 72-22 Passed Resolution 72-22 Book Collection for Prisoners ‡A Resolution Supporting Efforts to Collect Reading Material and Paid Magazine Subscriptions for the Indiana Correctional Institutions During the Book Drive, April 24 Through May 10 Resolution
April 6 72-21 Passed Resolution 72-21 Topics ‡A Resolution Resolving that the Projects listed in the April 6, 1972 Report are the Correct Priorities of Topics Projects Resolution
April 6 72-20 Passed Resolution 72-20 Investment of Funds ‡Water Deprecation Fund ($400,000) to Mature June 1, 1972, Water Bond & Interest Fund ($800,000) to Mature June 22, 1972, Cumulative Capital Fund ($240,000) to Mature June 1, 1972, Sewage Works Improvement Fund ($700,000) to Mature May 4, 1972, Sewage Works Sinking Fund ($100,000) to Mature July 13, 1972, Sewage Works Depreciation Fund ($200,000), and Sanitation Operating & Maintenance Fund ($500,000) to Mature June 1, 1972 Resolution
April 6 72-19 Passed Resolution 72-19 Budget Transfers Within Older American Center Budget ($100), and Drug Control Commission Budget ($2,030) Resolution
March 16 72-18 Passed Resolution 72-18 InPIRG ‡A Resolution Urging the Administration of Indiana University to Establish the Indiana Public Interest Research Group at Bloomington Campus Resolution
March 16 72-17 Passed Resolution 72-17 WTIU Telecasts‡ A Resolution Commending Dave Welsh and Crew Resolution
March 16 72-16 Passed Resolution 72-16 6th and Lincoln Street Parking Lot‡ A Resolution Withdrawing Authorization for Sale of Surplus City Property Located at 6th and Lincoln Streets Resolution
March 16 72-15 Passed Resolution 72-15 Sale of City Property Kirkwood and Dunn Sts.‡ A Resolution Providing Authorization for Sale of Surplus City Property Located at Kirkwood and Dunn Streets Resolution
March 16 72-14 Passed Resolution 72-14 Budget Transfers Within Environmental Commission Budget ($1,550), City Court Budget ($79.39), City Attorney Budget ($500), Drug Commission Budget ($1,500) Resolution
March 2 72-13 Passed Resolution 72-13 Transfer of Funds From Sanitation Operating & Maintenance Fund ($15,000) to Corporate Bond Fund Resolution
February 17 72-12 Passed Resolution 72-12 War in Indo-China Resolution
February 17 72-11 Passed Resolution 72-11 Amendment to Resolution No. 72-07 Flood Plain Insurance Resolution
February 17 72-10 Passed Resolution 72-10 Budget Transfers Within Board of Works ($8,394.36) Resolution
February 17 72-09 Passed Resolution 72-09 Investment of Funds ‡Special Water Construction Account ($300,000) to Mature May 17, 1972, Sewage Works Sinking Fund ($400,000) to Mature July 15, 1972, Water Bond and Interest Fund ($400,000) to Mature June 15, 1972, Sewage Works Construction Fund ($50,000) to Mature March 30, 1972 Resolution
February 3 72-08 Passed Resolution 72-08 A Resolution to Urge the General Assembly of the State of Indiana to Pass the Senate Version of the Responsibility Act of 1972 Resolution
February 3 72-07 Passed Resolution 72-07 Concerning Guidelines for Eligibility for Flood Plain Insurance Under the Flood Plain Insurance Act of 1967 Resolution
February 3 72-06 Passed Resolution 72-06 Budget Transfers Within Planning Department ($400) and Park & Recreation ($98) Resolution
February 3 72-05 Passed Resolution 72-05 Investment of Funds of City ‡Project Temporary Loan Repayment Fund ($75,000) to Mature June 30, 1972 Resolution
January 20 72-04 Passed Resolution 72-04 Transfer of Funds From Water Bond & Interest Fund ($400,000) to General Fund and from Water Bond & Interest Fund ($125,000) to Park & Recreation Fund Resolution
January 11 72-03 Passed Resolution 72-03 Investment of Funds ‡Accumulative Capital Improvement Fund ($250,000), Water Operating & Maintenance Fund ($300,000), Water Depreciation Fund ($300,000), Water Bond & Interest Fund ($500,000), Sanitation Operating & Maintenance Fund ($500,000), Sewage Works Improvement Account ($750,000), and Sewage Works Deprecation Fund ($200,000) to Mature March 30, 1972 Resolution
January 3 72-02 Passed Resolution 72-02 Number One on Council Resolution
January 3 72-01 Passed Resolution 72-01 Reports from Commissions and Boards Resolution

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