LAGRANGE – LaGrange County Commissioners approved two grants received by the county.
The county is getting $130-thousand dollars from Homeland Security to purchase a mobile command center vehicle.
LaGrange County Emergency Management Director Don Wismer said they are looking for a box style truck to house a dispatch center, meeting room, cameras and lights. It would be used by any public safety agency in the county at major incident scenes.
The LaGrange County Drug Court is getting $30-thousand dollars from the Biem Foundation. Superior Court Judge Lisa Bowen-Slaven said the money will be used for office space and assistance for Drug Court Coordinator Debbie Ritchie.
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