INDIANA: Police, Fire Gap
- Mayor receives education honor. // Indianapolis Business Journal;12/9/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 40, p9
Reports the receipt of mayor Bart Peterson of 2002 Education Leader of the Year award from Indianapolis-based Greater Educational Opportunities Foundation in Indiana.
- Biz community backs Bart. Ketzenberger // Indianapolis Business Journal;11/08/99, Vol. 20 Issue 34, p1
Highlights the victory of Bart Peterson in the mayoral election in Indianapolis, Indiana, attributed to the business sector's support. Political party affiliation; Mayor-elect's business career; Implications of Peterson's political campaign; Top economic priorities.
- Goldsmith's weakness is Peterson's strength. // Indianapolis Business Journal;01/03/2000, Vol. 20 Issue 43, p12
Editorial. Comments on former Indianapolis, Indiana Mayor Steve Goldsmith and Mayor-elect Bart Peterson's strengths and weaknesses. Problems that faced Goldsmith during his tenure; Peterson's approach to governing; Peterson's efforts to continue the city's tradition of good government.
- Peterson aims again for â€˜Indianapolis Worksâ€™. // Indianapolis Business Journal;9/26/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 29, p15A
Reports on the lobby of Mayor Bart Peterson to the General Assembly again for his local government consolidation plan Indianapolis Works in Indianapolis, Indiana. Attempt of Peterson to convince legislators of the need for his Unigov overhaul; Claims that his plan if adopted, would save local...
- Hoosier Surprise. Gurwitt, Rob // Governing;Dec1999, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p64
Features Bart Peterson, the Democrat mayor of Indianapolis, Indiana in 1999. Issue surrounding his victory; Platform issued by Peterson in September; Description of the government of Republican Steve Goldsmith.
- Why don't Republicans like Indy Works? Miles, Mark // Indianapolis Business Journal;2/27/2006, Vol. 26 Issue 52, p13
The article comments on the opposition of Marion County Republican officeholders on the development plan of Democratic Mayor Bart Peterson in Indianapolis, Indiana. The author asserts that Peterson's proposal could further consolidate local government in the state and eliminate needless layers...
- Bart Peterson. Pearson, John // Our States: Indiana;2016, p1
This article focuses on Indianapolis, Indiana Mayor Bart Peterson, who was elected in 2000, his first political office. The biographical information details Peterson's early life and childhood, as well as how his career path led him into politics. Although he ran as a Democrat, Peterson proposed...
- An open letter to the mayor. Myrland, John // Indianapolis Business Journal;12/29/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 43, p12
Focuses on the open letter to Mayor Bart Peterson in Indianapolis, Indiana. Recognition of the expansion of the Indiana Convention Center; Enhancement of the downtown as business destination; Facilitation of specific tax changes.
- Plan-man Peterson wins Mayor's race. Ketzenberger // Indianapolis Business Journal;12/27/99, Vol. 20 Issue 42, p5A
Reports on Democratic Party candidate Bart Peterson's success in bid for the mayoralty position in Indianapolis, Indiana. Percentage of total votes garnered by Peterson; Peterson's blueprint for governing the city; Peterson's career history.