New 4-H Building Planned at Franklin Co. Fairgrounds

Franklin Co. Commissioners have agreed to use a significant amount of grant money to help fund the project.

(Franklin County, Ind.) – A new 4-H building is in the works in Franklin County.

Franklin County Commissioners recently agreed to spend $500,000 in grant money to building a new 4-H facility at the county fairgrounds, reports The Franklin County Observer.

A consultant group has been hired to conduct a fairgrounds analysis to check water service, storm drainage, electric and other utilities.

The overall cost of the project could end up costing up to $1 million.

A project start date has yet to be determined.

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