INDIANA (WTHI) - The Hoosier State wants to help improve our rural community roads.
The Vigo County Commissioners announced that they've received paperwork to submit applications to Indiana Department of Transportation.
$80 to $100 million are awarded to communities to help improve sidewalks or other streets in rural areas. In the past, several Wabash Valley counties have received state money.
Vigo County will now assess which areas, could use some help.
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