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Monday’s city council meeting in Elizabethtown leaned heavily on land transactions, be they donations or fulfillment of a long-established agreement.
City officials approved donation of two properties on East Railroad Avenue to Hardin County Habitat for Humanity while accepting several acres of land in the city as a gift.
Planning Director Ed Poppe said the donated lots, 211 and 215 E. Railroad Ave., are vacant and worth $8,000 to $10,000 each. The city donated the property at no cost to Hardin County Habitat for construction of single-family homes.
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