This is the second and final Forum that DFMC will be hosting this Primary Election Season. It will feature the candidates for City Council from Districts 1, 3, 4, and 5.
Please join us on Tuesday, 31 March, 7-9pm, in the Bloomington City Council Chambers.
If you are on Facebook, please let us know you will be coming.
This is the first of two Forums that DFMC will be hosting this Primary Election Season. It will feature the candidates for City Clerk, City Council from Districts 2, 6, and At-Large, and the candidates for Mayor.
Join us Monday, 30 March, 7-9pm, at the Monroe County Public Library.
If you are on Facebook, please let us know you will be there.
Please join Democracy for Monroe County for an exciting and timely link-up on public transportation in Monroe County.
Our panelists are Kerry Conway (Director of Area 10 Agency on Aging, the provider of Rural Transit), Lew May (General Manager of Bloomington Transportation), and Kent McDaniel (executive director of the Indiana Transportation Association and chair of the Bloomington MPO).
Our panel will discuss existing services, possible expansion plans, and statewide funding issues related to public transportation.
Come join us for great conversation and (optionally) dinner and drinks at Bobby’s Colorado Steakhouse (1635 N College Ave, Bloomington IN 47404) from 6PM-7:30PM on Thursday, March 5, 2015.
Come join us at Bobby’s Colorado Steakhouse on Thursday, 5 February 2015, at 6pm, as we explore the topic of Affordable Housing and Homelessness in Bloomington as an issue in the upcoming municipal elections.
We are interested in looking at the scope of the issue, how Bloomington is addressing the issue(s), and possible solutions or recommendations for dealing with this issue. Our three guest speakers will be Jennifer Osterholz (Executive Director of the Bloomington Housing Authority), Carmela Garcia (Manager of Re-store), Todd Lare (Executive Director- South Central Community Action Program). Come have a beer, dinner, salad bar, a glass of wine and stimulating conversation about real problems here in Bloomington.
Bobby’s is on North College Avenue, across from the park.