VALPARAISO | Business leaders, city officials and residents of Valparaiso identified such issues as downtown parking, downtown traffic, transportation, the environment and locally grown food options as priorities that should be addressed in the coming years.
VALPARAISO | The past decade brought a lot of changes to the city's landscape, but city officials want to know what residents want for the city for the next decade or decades.
INDIANAPOLIS | A Massachusetts company was chosen Wednesday over two Indiana organizations to guide the State Board of Education's strategic planning process.
INDIANAPOLIS | The governor's office is standing by its claim a State Board of Education member with longstanding ties to the Republican Party is an independent, even though another member's recent resignation would permit him to serve openly as a Republican.
VALPARAISO | Valparaiso is on the right track, but it needs to keep moving, a consultant told a group of community representatives at the kickoff of the yearlong effort to develop a long-term vision for the city's future.
VALPARAISO | A kickoff for a study to develop a vision and blueprint for city leaders for the coming decades will be from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday at City Hall.
INDIANAPOLIS | The State Board of Education appears to be operating with more Republican members than permitted under Indiana law.
VALPARAISO | The city has chosen a consulting team headed by ACP Visioning and Planning, of Columbus, Ohio, to develop what will be the most ambitious strategic plan in Valparaiso's history.
VALPARAISO | The city expects to announce the hiring of a consultant to oversee the yearlong process of developing a strategic plan for Valparaiso covering decades into the future.
At the next regularly scheduled Valparaiso School Board meeting, set for 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Valparaiso High School auditorium, the board is expected to vote on a budget reduction plan which has yet to be seen by the community at large.
VALPARAISO | Between now and June 2013, city residents are being asked to imagine what they would do to improve the city if they were mayor.
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