LaGrange, Kosciusko counties may revert to gravel roads in face of rocky revenue
State gas-tax revenue plummeted last year to the lowest levels since 2003. Indiana had $539 million to distribute for the fiscal year that ended in July, compared with $564 million in 2003.
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#1 Feb 17, 2010
Going back to gravel? Really? How about repealing the county raises you clowns handed out. I work in sturgis and live in Lagrange I pay a wheel tax on every vehicl I have for Road maint. maybe we need new leader ship at all levels or better yet maybe I need to move me and my tax money to sturgis.
Put that in your pipe and smoke it Phil
#2 Sep 8, 2010
I agree have done a miserable job growing this town. Time for new folk
#3 Oct 5, 2010
Lagrange does not want to grow the town. They have had offers for growth and they refuse every time. They want to keep Lagrange's heritage alive. If I am not mistaken, you cannot keep the heritage alive if the town is dieing. This is one of the many reason's I was very happy to move away.
#4 Oct 5, 2010
Now that sounds like a blast from the past, Thought the lottery was suppose to take care of the roads, Guess that was just another election delusion!
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