December 14, 2016

3 Development Projects In Northeast Indiana Could Get Boost

The United Brethren Block is located on the courthouse square in Huntington. The project to save the buildings includes a partnership with Huntington University and Pathfinder Services. - Courtesy Huntington Alert, Inc.

The United Brethren Block is located on the courthouse square in Huntington. The project to save the buildings includes a partnership with Huntington University and Pathfinder Services.

Courtesy Huntington Alert, Inc.

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — Three development projects in northeast Indiana could get a boost in funding.

The projects are the South Adams Trails in Adams County, which requested a $498,000 grant; the Enterprise Center in Steuben County, which requested a $323,000 grant; and the United Brethren Block in Huntington County, which requested a $1.6 million grant.

The projects recommended by the Northeast Indiana Regional Development Authority could get part of $42 million in state Regional Cities Initiative funds.

Reconstructing two iron rail bridges to connect trails across the Wabash River, the South Adams Trail project's cost totals $3.6 million. The Enterprise Center project in Angola costs $1.9 million and will seek to meet workforce needs of regional employers.

The $8 million United Brethren Block project includes a partnership with Huntington University and Pathfinder Services.

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