(INDIANAPOLIS) – Communities and counties in Northeast Indiana will be getting money for road projects from the state's Community Crossing grant program.
All total, $2.2 million will be coming to the area. The money will be used for local street and road projects through the second round of grants from the program.
Shipshewana gets the largest share at $720,000. Topeka is getting $631,500. The Town of LaGrange will receive $562,500 and LaGrange County will get $409,559.
Other grants will go to Bristol ($132,195), Middlebury ($336,061), Millersburg ($90,244), Elkhart County ($1,000,000), Rome City ($255,939), Kendallville ($997,388), Ashley ($132,000), Steuben County ($137,838), Clear Lake ($236,250), and Fremont ($1,000,000).
In addition, DeKalb County ($962,350), Butler ($433,576), Auburn ($494,863), Garrett ($364,143), and Saint Joe ($52,680) will receive grants funds.
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