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December 2020 News Releases

Musical Acts Invited to Apply for Parks and Recreation's 2021 Summer Concert Series

Apply by Jan. 8 for full consideration.

COVID-19 Case at City of Bloomington Utilities

A City of Bloomington Utilities (CBU) employee received a positive result of a COVID-19 viral test on Wednesday, December 2 after being tested that day.  The employee first experienced symptoms on Monday, November 30, and began quarantining immediately thereafter, per Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) protocols.  The employee, who works at the Monroe Water Treatment Plant, is now isolating at home on paid leave. 

Bloomington Fire Department Employee Diagnosed With COVID-19

A Bloomington Fire Department (BFD) employee has received a positive result of a COVID-19 viral test. The employee began experiencing mild symptoms on Wednesday, December 2 and received the positive result the same day.  Having last worked Monday November 30, the employee is taking paid leave to recover.  The employee is the fifth member of the BFD to receive a positive COVID-19 viral test result; the BFD’s previous COVID case was reported on October 26.  

City Announces Andrew Cibor to Lead City’s New Engineering Department

Mayor John Hamilton announces the appointment of Andrew Cibor to the position of City of Bloomington Engineer.  Cibor will lead the City’s new Engineering Department, to which transportation and traffic engineering operations currently housed within the Planning and Transportation Department will migrate in January 2021.  Cibor, who previously served as the City’s Transportation and Traffic Engineer, will assume his new position on January 11, and receive an annual salary of $101,418.