communitycrossingsMarshall County is applying for a second round Community Crossing grant through the State of Indiana.

During Monday’s County Council meeting, Peters said the North Michigan Road Community Crossing project completed earlier this summer came in under-budget.  Therefore the county is eligible to apply for the second round of grants.

Peters plans is to seek additional funds to do crack-sealing projects on previous Community Crossings projects.  He would like to seal cracks on Michigan Road from 1st Road to Tyler Road; Elm Road from Lincoln Highway to U.S. 30 and Plymouth Goshen Trail from U.S. 6 to the county line.

The project is weather dependent but there is a possibility is could be completed yet this year.

The total cost is $27,000 with the state paying $20,250 and the county’s share being $6,750.