LAGRANGE – The LaGrange County Commissioners authorized the Council on Aging and the Parks & Recreation Department to apply for grants Monday morning.
The COA’s grant is for their annual Indiana Department of Transportation grant. COA Executive Director Cheri Perkins told the commissioners she is seeking funding to purchase two more vans for the L-CAT transportation system. Perkins said fares for the system are going up June 1st.
The Parks & Recreation Department will seek a grant of $175,000 which is half the cost of the Duff Lake Fenn project at Pine Knob County Park. They’ll find out sometime in August or September if they will receive the funding.
(09-14-2019) Fugitive surrenders to police Saturday morning
(09-14-2019) Centreville Fair opens this weekend
(09-14-2019) ATV found torched
(09-14-2019) Johnson Twp Fire Dept. Fish Fry and Chicken Dinner today
(09-13-2019) Recent run of vehicle thefts has LCSD preaching caution
(09-13-2019) Shots fired as fugitive leads police on a chase
(09-13-2019) Another fatal crash on US 6 near US 33
(09-13-2019) LaGrange Police release details of drug arrest
(09-12-2019) Paddle For Parkview raised over $17,000 for therapy dept.
(09-12-2019) Suicide prevention: Silence Feeds the Stigma
(09-12-2019) Two area groups win NIPSCO grants
(09-12-2019) Lagrange man hurt in crash near Middlebury
(09-12-2019) Lakeland announces Class of 2020 graduation date
(09-12-2019) Woman injured after rear-ending school bus
(09-12-2019) Police seek info on LaGrange County fugitive
(09-12-2019) Sturgis approves tax break for tire warehouse
(09-12-2019) Man killed, woman and four children hurt in US 6 crash
(09-11-2019) Jayco trailer stolen
(09-11-2019) Man with gun prompts school lockdown