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December 31 73-74 Passed Resolution 73-74 Budget Transfers Within Common Council ($250) and from Police Department ($353.52) to Revenue Sharing Trust Fund Resolution
December 31 73-73 Passed Resolution 73-73 Investment of Funds General Fund ($150,000), Cumulative Capital ($100,000), Revenue Sharing Trust Fund ($50,000), Local Road & Street Fund ($80,000), Police Pension Fund ($10,000), Fire Pension Fund ($10,000) and Parks & Recreation Department ($10,000) All to Mature 30 Days from the Date of this Resolution Resolution
December 20 73-72 Passed Resolution 73-72 Within Fire Department ($800), Drug Commission ($606.85), Redevelopment Department ($1,500), Mayor's Office ($200), Board of Works ($5,400), Parks & Recreation Department ($6,600), and from Police Department ($353.52) to Federal Revenue Sharing Resolution
December 6 73-71 Passed Resolution 73-71 Budget Transfer Within Department of Redevelopment ($11,157.76) Resolution
November 29 73-70 Passed Resolution 73-70 Investment of Funds Water Bond & Interest Fund ($600,000) to Mature in 60 Days, Water Depreciation Fund ($550,000) to Mature in 60 Days, and Sewage Sinking Fund ($35,000) to Mature in 60 Days Resolution
November 29 73-69 Passed Resolution 73-69 Budget Transfers Within Animal Shelter ($375), Board of Public Works ($600), and Cumulative Capital Improvement Fund ($5,000), and From Federal Revenue Sharing ($23,073) to Board of Works Resolution
November 15 73-68 Passed Resolution 73-68 A Resolution Applauding the Record of the Bloomington High School South Panthers Resolution
November 15 73-67 Passed Resolution 73-67 A Resolution Offering Enthusiastic Congratulations and Best Wishes to Bloomington High School North Cougars Resolution
November 16 73-66 Passed Resolution 73-66 Transfer of Funds From General Fund ($50) to City Court, and Within Federal Revenue Sharing Transportation Department #2 ($9,292), and Motor Vehicle Highway Department ($250, $4,500)  Resolution
November 1 73-65 Passed Resolution 73-65 Investment of Funds Corporate Bond Fund ($4,000) to Mature in 30 Days, Cumulative Capital Fund ($50,000) to Mature in 30 Days, Parking Meter Fund ($50,000) to Mature in 30 Days, Parking Meter Facilities Fund ($20,000) to Mature in 30 Days, Parking Meter Revenue Bonds Project "A" ($11,000) to Mature in 30 Days, Parking Revenue Bonds Project "B" ($25,000) to Mature in 30 Days, Federal Revenue Sharing Trust Fund ($140,000) to Mature in 30 Days, Water Depreciation Fund ($550,000) to Mature in 30 Days, Sewage Sinking Fund ($35,000) to Mature in 30 Days, and Sewage Depreciation Fund ($200,000) to Mature in 60 Days Resolution
November 1 73-64 Passed Resolution 73-64 Transfer of Funds Within Parking Meter Police Budget ($150), Planning Department ($150), Fire Department ($1,300), Board of Works ($3,300, $700, $2,300), Federal Revenue Sharing Board of Works ($16,000), Parks & Recreation Department ($52, $800, $1,700) Resolution
October 18 73-63 Passed Resolution 73-63 Budget Transfers With Animal Control ($550, $800) Resolution
October 18 73-62 Passed Resolution 73-62 A Resolution Endorsing the Formation of a Council Task Force on Women in the City of Bloomington Resolution
October 18 73-61 Passed Resolution 73-61 Budget Transfers Rosehill Transfer ($102), Fire Department ($1,100) and Redevelopment Department ($3,560) Resolution
October 4 73-60 Passed Resolution 73-60 A Resolution Urging the Rejection by the County Council of Monroe County of the Local Option Income Tax as an Injust Tax Resolution
October 10 73-59 Passed Resolution 73-59 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 1974 by the Monroe County Board of Tax Adjustment  Resolution
October 4 73-58 Passed Resolution 73-58 Advance of Funds From Local Road and Street Fund ($65,000) to Police Pension Fund Resolution
October 4 73-57 Passed Resolution 73-57 Investment of Funds Corporate Bond Fund ($5,000) to Mature in 30 Days, Cumulative Capital Fund ($20,000) to Mature in 30 Days, Parking Meter Fund ($60,000) to Mature in 30 Days, Parking Meter Facilities Fund ($20,000) to Mature in 30 Days, Parking Meter Revenue Bond "A" ($10,000) to Mature in 30 Days, Park Meter Revenue Bond "B" ($25,000) to Mature in 30 Days, Local Road & Street Fund ($50,000) to Mature in 30 Days, Federal Revenue Sharing Trust Fund ($100,000) to Mature in 30 Days, Motor Vehicle Highway Fund ($75,000) to Mature in 30 Days, Water Depreciation Fund ($150,000) to Mature in 30 Days, Sewage Operating & Maintenance Fund ($200,000) to Mature in 30 Days, Sewage Sinking Fund ($35,000) to Mature in 30 Days, and Sewage Works Construction Fund ($100,000) to Mature in 90 Days Resolution
October 4 73-56 Passed Resolution 73-56 Budget Transfers With Animal Shelter ($560, $400), Drug Commission ($650, $130), Planning Department ($1000), Police Department ($25,000) and Parks & Recreation Department ($16,000, $300) Resolution
October 4 73-55 Passed Resolution 73-55 Resolution of the Common Council of the City of Bloomington Confirming, Ratifying, and Approving the Resolution of the Redevelopment Commission of the City of Bloomington, Dated August 21, 1973  Resolution
August 30 73-54 Passed Resolution 73-54 Investment of Funds Park District Bond Fund ($10,000) to Mature in 3 Months and Department of Redevelopment NDP Fund ($200,000) to Mature in 45 Days Resolution
August 2 73-53 Passed Resolution 73-53 A Resolution Bestowing Deep Gratitude on the Monroe County Community School Corporation Board of Trustees for Its Action in Setting its Meetings without Conflict of Time with the City Council of Bloomington Resolution
August 2 73-52 Passed Resolution 73-52 A Resolution Expressing Pride in the Bloomington Senior Babe Ruth All Stars and their Coach Russ Carpenter and their Assistant Coach Kent deFord Resolution
August 2 73-51 Passed Resolution 73-51 From Water Bond & Interest Fund ($400,000) to General Fund Resolution
August 2 73-50 Passed Resolution 73-50 Budget Transfer Within Redevelopment Department ($200) Resolution
July 19 73-49 Passed Resolution 73-49 A Resolution Opposing the Request Rate Increase for Indiana Bell Telephone Company Resolution
July 19 73-48 Passed Resolution 73-48 Budget Transfer With Cumulative Capital ($4,500) and Fire Department ($900) Resolution
July 19 73-47 Passed Resolution 73-47 Investment of Funds Cumulative Capital Improvement Fund ($300,000) to Mature in Six Months and Federal Revenue Sharing Trust Fund ($250,000) to Mature in Six Months Resolution
July 5 73-46 Passed Resolution 73-46 Investment of Funds Water Bond & Interest Fund ($200,000) to Mature in 30 Days, Water Bond & Interest Fund ($200,000) to Mature in 60 Days, Water Depreciation Fund ($500,000) to Mature in 180 Days, and Sewage Works Sinking Fund ($275,000) to Mature in 180 Days Resolution
July 5 73-45 Passed Resolution 73-45 Budget Transfers Within City Court ($150), Street General ($16,000), and Animal Shelter ($275) Resolution
July 5 73-44 Passed Resolution 73-44 A Resolution to Accept as Accurate and Complete the Compilation of the Amendments to the City Code Resolution
June 26 73-43 Passed Resolution 73-43 A Resolution to Create a Grace Period for People Seeking Rezoning Changed by Ordinance Number 73-03 Resolution
- - - 73-42 Failed Resolution 73-42 A Resolution Permitting Owners of Property Adversely Affected by Zoning Ordinance to Apply for Rezoning without the Payment of Any Fee Resolution
June 21 73-41 Passed Resolution 73-41 Budget Transfer Within City Court ($200) Resolution
June 7 73-40 Passed Resolution 73-40 Budget Transfers Within Cumulative Capital ($7,000), Police Department ($600), and Redevelopment Department ($100) Resolution
May 17 73-39 Passed Resolution 73-39 A Resolution Requesting the Administrative Director of Region V of the Environmental Protection Agency Hold Full and Public Hearings Before Issuing Each and Every National Pollution Discharge Elimination System Permit to Discharge Effluent into Lake Monroe or into Salt Creek Resolution
May 17 73-38 Passed Resolution 73-38 Investment of Funds Water Bond & Interest ($800,000) to Mature in 6 Months Resolution
May 17 73-37 Passed Resolution 73-37 Budget Transfers Within Board of Public Works ($5,000) and Board of Public Safety ($200) Resolution
May 3 73-36 Passed Resolution 73-36 Investment of Funds Water Operation & Maintenance ($200,000) to Mature in 8 Months, Water Meter Fund ($35,000) to Mature in 8 Months, Water Depreciation Account ($400,000) to Mature in 8 Months, Special Water Construction Account ($200,000) to Mature in 90 Days, Sewage Works General Fund (Operation & Maintenance) ($200,000) to Mature in 8 Months, Sewage Works Sinking Fund ($275,000) to Mature in 60 Days, and Sewage Works Depreciation Account ($140,000) to Mature in 8 Months Resolution
May 3 73-35 Passed Resolution 73-35 A Resolution Celebrating Senior Citizens Month and Urging All Member of the Bloomington Community to Join Together in Directing their Thoughts and Efforts Towards Senior Citizens Resolution
May 3 73-34 Passed Resolution 73-34 From Water Depreciation Fund ($500,000) to General Fund Resolution
May 3 73-33 Passed Resolution 73-33 Resolution of the Common Council City Of Bloomington, Indiana Authorizes the Filing of an Amend, Combined Part I and Part II Loan and Grant Application for Project Ind. R-30  Resolution
April 19 73-32 Passed Resolution 73-32 A Resolution Accepting the Recommendation of the Environmental Quality and Conservation Commission and Supporting the Continuance of a Complete Closure of the Hoosier National Forest to Off-Road Vehicles Resolution
April 19 73-31 Passed Resolution 73-31 Budget Transfers Within Animal Shelter ($300) Resolution
April 5 73-30 Passed Resolution 73-30 A Resolution Commending the Owen-Monroe Medical Society and the Monroe County Community Action Program for their Actions Providing Health Care for 300 Low-Income Families in Monroe County Resolution
April 5 73-29 Passed Resolution 73-29 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 and Central Business District Development and Second Year Action Plans Resolution
April 5 73-28 Passed Resolution 73-28 A Resolution Proclaiming April 8-14 "Pride in Our Community Week" for the City of Bloomington Resolution
April 5 73-27 Passed Resolution 73-27 A Resolution Giving Full Support to Beautification Week and Further Encouraging All Bloomington Residents to Join in the Community-Wide Effort to Clean Up and Beautify the Community Resolution
April 5 73-26 Passed Resolution 73-26 A Resolution for the Common Council to take Cooperative Action with Monroe County to Urge the Army Corps of Engineers to Make a Reconnaissance Survey of the Sedimentation Rate of Lake Monroe Resolution
April 5 73-25 Passed Resolution 73-25 Budget Transfers Within Environmental Commission ($200) Resolution
March 15 73-24 Passed Resolution 73-24 A Resolution to Commend the 1972-73 Indiana University Basketball Team for Its Outstanding Performance and Conference Title  Resolution
March 15 73-23 Passed Resolution 73-23 Investment of Funds Department of Redevelopment N.D.P. Funds ($150,000) to Mature in a Period of 30 Days Resolution
March 15 73-22 Passed Resolution 73-22 Temporary Loan From Federal Revenue Sharing Trust Fund ($300,000) to General Fund Resolution
- - - 73-21 Not Passed Resolution 73-21 A Resolution of the Common Council of the City of Bloomington, Indiana, Regarding the Zoning Procedures for the Redevelopment Area Throughout the City Resolution
March 1 73-20 Passed Resolution 73-20 A Resolution Committing the City of Bloomington to Meet the Federal Guidelines for Equitable Recovery of Industrial Waste Treatment Costs and Regulating Discharges into the Sewer System as Necessary to Comply with Federal and State Guidelines Resolution
March 1 73-19 Passed Resolution 73-19 A Resolution Authorizing the Mayor of Bloomington, Indiana to Apply for Assistance from the State of Indiana and the United States of America to expand the Sewage Waste Treatment and Collection System of the City of Bloomington Resolution
March 1 73-18 Passed Resolution 73-18 Budget Transfers Within City Court ($200) Resolution
March 1 73-17 Passed Resolution 73-17 A Resolution Accepting the Recommendation of the Environmental Quality and Conservation Commission and Supporting the Passage of House Bill 1714, Which Provides for the Protection of Reservoir Shorelines Resolution
February 15 73-16 Passed Resolution 73-16 A Resolution Giving Full Support to Learning Disabilities Week, and Encouraging Residents of Bloomington and the Surrounding Community to Support Learning Disabilities Week and the Activities of the Association for Children with Learning Disabilities Resolution
February 1 73-15 Passed Resolution 73-15 A Resolution Accepting the Recommendation of the Environmental Quality and Conservation Commission and Supporting the Passage of House Bill 1158, Which Provides for the Abatement of Property Taxes on Structures of Historical or Architectural Merit Resolution
February 1 73-14 Passed Resolution 73-14 A Resolution Accepting the Recommendation of the Environmental Quality and Conversation Commission and Supporting the Passage of House Bill 1097, Which Provides for the Creation of a State Historic Preservation Agency Resolution
February 1 73-13 Passed Resolution 73-13 Temporary Loan From Cumulative Capital Fund ($38,000) to Police Pension Fund Resolution
February 1 73-12 Passed Resolution 73-12 A Resolution Acknowledging the Recommendations of the Sidewalk Task Force Report and Encouraging Interested Citizens to Initiate Action Resolution
January 23 73-11 Passed Resolution 73-11 Investment of Funds Cumulative Capital Improvement Fund ($250,000) to Mature July 31, 1973 Resolution
January 23 73-10 Passed Resolution 73-10 Investment of Funds Federal Revenue Sharing Trust Fund ($225,966) to Mature July 31, 1973 Resolution
January 18 73-09 Passed Resolution 73-09 A Resolution Accepting the Recommendation of the Environmental Quality and Conservation Commission and Opposing Legislation that Would Permit Phosphates in Household Detergents Resolution
January 18 73-08 Passed Resolution 73-08 Temporary Loan From Parking Meter Facilities Fund ($15,000) to Corporate Bond Fund Resolution
January 18 73-07 Passed Resolution 73-07 A Resolution Accepting the Recommendation of the Environmental Quality and Conservation Commission Resolution
January 18 73-06 Passed Resolution 73-06 South Central Regional Development Commission Resolution
- - - 73-05 Tabled Resolution 73-05 In Re: Special Conservancy Zone - SC A Resolution Clarifying that the Nature and Purpose of the SC - Special Conservancy Zone is to Protect the Natural Flow of Streams and to Control Development Along Areas Subject to Inundation Resolution
- - - 73-04 Tabled Resolution 73-04 In Re: Residential Estate - RE Zone Classification ‡A Resolution Directing the Plan Commission and Common Council to Consider RE-Residential Estate Zones as a Holding Zone to Limit Development of Particular Territories Within the Plan Commission's Jurisdiction until Essential City Services are Available to the Territory  Resolution
- - - 73-03 Tabled Resolution 73-03 In Re: State Road 37 Bypass A Resolution to Hold the Major Portions of Land Along the State Road 37 Bypass and State Roads 45 and 48 in a Residential Classification Resolution
January 4 73-02 Passed Resolution 73-02 A Resolution to Recognize Bloomington High School South for Excellence in Athletic Competition  Resolution
January 4 73-01 Passed Resolution 73-01 From Water Bond & Interest Fund ($400,000) to General Fund Resolution

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