SULLIVAN, Ind. (WTHI) - A Wabash Valley town has received near $1 million to improve city streets.
On Tuesday, a post on the City of Sullivan Facebook page says they received the money thanks to a Community Crossings grant.
The grant was awarded by the Indiana Department of Transportation.
The post says a list of city streets scheduled for milling and resurfacing will be released soon.
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