Clearwater, Florida-based consultant Sports Facilities Advisory says while Bloomington-Normal has the right stuff to support a multi-sport complex, the community would need to pony up ~$43M to make it a successful venture.
A memorandum of understanding between the City of Bloomington and Illinois Wesleyan University approved Monday night is the first step toward redeveloping 4 acres of land on North Main Street, including the former Mennonite Hospital building.
Weighing student, property owner, and environmental concerns, council members voted 4-2 in favor of Normal’s multi-family recycling ordinance Monday night, requiring property owners to offer on-site recycling by next fall.
While I’ve been reporting on Rivian ever since it crept out of secrecy and purchased the 2.6M sq. ft. manufacturing facility in Normal, little has been said about the company’s viability once they are in production.