CLINTON, Ind. (WTHI) - Road projects are planned all over the Valley thanks to grants through the Indiana Department of Transportation.
Now, one of those cities is working to save money to match the grant.
INDOT granted $2,046,360 to the City of Clinton.
According to Mayor Jack Gilfoy, the city needs more than $500,000 to match the grant. Money is already being saved in the 9th Street Project account for that purpose.
9th Street from Vine to Knowles will be redone with new curbs, sidewalks and ADA ramps.
The city has four years to collect the money and that is when work will start.
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