Rural Communities Land Development Grants

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Crouch says the application period for the first round of the 2018 CDBG program begins April 16. Crouch says the application period for the first round of the 2018 CDBG program begins April 16.

Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch has announced more than $11 million in grants for 21 rural Indiana communities. The Community Development Block Grant funding will support efforts including infrastructure projects, downtown revitalization and public facility improvement.

The grants went to the following communities:

Town of Milton, $469,000 to demolish a vacant and dilapidated school building

Jasper County, $500,000 to build a new fire station in Wheatfield Township

Marshall County, $500,000 to build a multi-purpose community building at the county fairgrounds in Argos

Randolph County, $500,000 for a new fire station

Town of Roachdale, $500,000 to turn an abandoned building into a community center

City of Washington, $500,000 to build a PACE child development facility

City of Cannelton, $519,600 for stormwater system improvements

Town of Linton, $600,000 for stormwater system improvements

Town of Crothersville, $550,000 for wastewater system improvements

Town of Decker, $550,000 for wastewater system improvements

Town of Dugger, $550,000 for drinking water infrastructure improvements

City of Greenfield, $500,000 for wastewater improvements

Town of Marengo, $362,697 for wastewater improvements

Town of Marshall, $120,000 for drinking water system improvements

Town of Middletown, $550,000 for wastewater improvements

Town of Montgomery, $700,000 for wastewater system improvements

Town of New Ross, $550,000 to rehabilitate a wastewater treatment lift station and lagoon

Town of North Judson, $550,000 for drinking water system improvements

Town of Trafalgar, $700,000 for drinking water system improvements

Town of Versailles, $550,000 for sanitary sewer improvements

Town of Winamac, $700,000 for wastewater improvements

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