Utility taxes will be increased in Bloomington after a vote Monday where two alderman changed their vote, avoiding dipping into emergency reserves and a veto from Mayor Tari Renner last week. The City Council approved a $91.2 million general fund budget; however, spending has exceeded revenues, except with the use of $1.2 million in emergency reserves. At the time, the alderman rejected the vote 5-4, but the vote changed Monday after two aldermen changed their vote. The vote allowed for the emergency fund to be avoided. The budget otherwise remains approved with no additional cuts.