Bill Hudnut: Reflections and Meditations

Bill Hudnut: Reflections and Meditations

Bill Hudnut:  Reflections and Meditations

Bill Hudnut: Reflections and Meditations

Special | 29m 29s

Indianapolis’ mayor (‘76-‘92), credited with galvanizing downtown renovation, looks back.

If there is one name most people associate with the turnaround of Indianapolis from “Indy-a-no-place” to a Super City, It's William Hudnut, the town's mayor from 1976 to 1992. A larger-than-life presence in politics, the “Minister Mayor” galvanized central Indiana's civic leaders into thinking about downtown re-development in new ways, philosophies which have carried on into the present era.

Bill Hudnut: Reflections and Meditations is a local public television program presented by WFYI.

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