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County would get $3.7 million under state bill

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Money would fund road, bridge projects

By Vince Luecke

INDIANAPOLIS - Perry County and its three incorporated communities would receive nearly $3.7 million for various infrastructure projects under a bill approved last week in the Indiana House of Representatives.

State Rep. Dennie Oxley Sr. said counties in his 73rd District could receive a total of $50 million if House Bill 1656 is signed into law. Areas of Perry County are included in the district, as are all or portions of seven other counties.

The money would support road, bridge and other infrastructure projects in hopes of preserving and creating jobs for Hoosiers.


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