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County makes payment to Wood-Land-Lakes

May 8, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Wood-Land-Lakes, a nonprofit group working across several counties in the state, had a request for funds approved by the Whitley County Commissioners Monday.

The commissioners approved $400 for the group. Stanley Crum, a board member for Wood-Land-Lakes, was on hand, and told commissioners all his organization does, how they are trying to stay in budget, and reach out to stakeholders.

“Wood-Land-Lakes can’t disappear,” he said. “It is the holder of almost 10,000 acres of agriculture preservation land easements.”

The decision unanimously passed.

In other business, the commissioners heard a funding request from Whitley County Sheriff Mark Hodges for a new computer that runs the card reader at the department.

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