Gibson Co. community requests over a million in additional funds | News
GIBSON CO., IN (WFIE)- Commissioners in Gibson County are asking for nearly $1.2 million from the Patoka Union Township "TIF" district to buy ambulances, squad cars and dump trucks, as well as pave a road that gets a lot of Toyota traffic.
That's according to our media partner, the Princeton Daily Clarion.
Commissioners want to submit the proposal to the redevelopment commission.
Bruce Fisher, a member of the redevelopment board, says the district has already appropriated $1.8 million for the Gibson County Warehousing and Vuteq expansions in recent months.
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