(LAGRANGE) – The LaGrange County Council will be getting some money.
On Monday, Council members voted to accept it’s portion of the interest from the LaGrange County Fund at the LaGrange County Community Foundation.
The share amounts to $40,133 and will go into the hospital trust fund at the county.
Council also approved an ordinance setting up the payment schedule for the new justice building. It calls for annual payments of $253,000 to the Major Moves Fund.
Another ordinance setting up a Title 6 anti-discrimination coordinator and fund was also approved by the Council.
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