GOSHEN — Two appropriations amounting to $150,000 to assistance the Horizon Schooling Alliance and Ivy Tech Group Higher education set up scholarships for worker training were being contested at Saturday’s Elkhart County Council meeting.
Elkhart County Commissioner Suzanne Weirick, who is also a member of the HEA board, questioned the council for the expenditures. She explained $100,000 would go to HEA and $50,000 to Ivy Tech.
County govt just lately contributed just about $1.5 million to Ivy Tech to enable fund the construction of an innovative production teaching facility at its campus on C.R. 18 in the vicinity of the