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Neighborhoods And Community Centers Will Be The Focus For This Years Capital City Budget

The 2017 Capital City Budget will be pumping big money into the community.

As a part of the $861 million budget, Mayor Andrew Ginther announced that 88 percent of that will go to neighborhood improvement projects. As a part of that 2017 Capital City Budget, the Linden area will be getting a brand new community center and the Indian Mound Community Center will be receiving a $7.5 million renovation.

The Linden area center will provide vital community services such as mental health and addiction services for adults, as well as a full kitchen to offer cooking classes. These classes will focus on healthy homemade options for people and their families.

Funds from the new budget will also go into building the first new fire station in 10 years and maintaining water and sewage. For more details on the 2017 Capital City Budget click here.

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