INDIANAPOLIS — Kosciusko County is to get nearly $500,000 in Community Crossings funds from the state.
Recently, the state announced the recipients of the matching grant program. Funds are used for road work.
Kosciusko County received $496,802.25. In addition, Milford received $232,875.18 and Syracuse $343,875.
County Highway Department Superintendent Steve Moriarty said the county plans to use the money to pave approximately five miles of road total and do shoulder work and striping.
That road work is to be done to the following roads: CR 1050N from CR 320W to CR 425W; CR 300E from CR 450N to Rader Road; CR 325E from Old US 30 to US 30; CR 200W from CR 800S to CR 900S; and CR 700S from CR 875W to CR 1000W.
Other nearby counties or communities to receive funds are: Albion, $719,850; Bourbon, $209,898.62; Elkhart County, $273,402.46; Fulton County, $198,900; Goshen, $549,975.50; Ligonier, $554,589; Marshall County, $20,250; Noble County, $123,399.99; and Wabash County, $137,263.20.