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Tell City is receiving a state grant to help with comprehensive planning.

The Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs is awarding 13 planning grants totaling over $818,000 to communities to develop a specific plan to implement community and economic development projects.

The City of Tell City was awarded a $49,000 grant.

Comprehensive Planning grants are designed to aid communities in assessing assets and identifying opportunities to address current needs.

Each comprehensive plan includes a holistic view and potential opportunities to improve in the following areas: land use, government capacity, public services, economic development, and more.

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