Sugar Creek Township Trustee Bob Boyer told the New Palestine Town Council that he worries about the increased demand on public services, such as emergency medical services, once the complex opens. Also attending the meeting Wednesday were (seated, at left) Skip Kuker, director of the Hancock Economic Development Council; Justus President Walter Justus and other Justus officials. (Kristy Deer / Daily Reporter)
NEW PALESTINE — A public hearing to help the New Palestine Town Council determine whether to offer tax abatements for a proposed assisted-living facility for seniors went off with little objection Wednesday night.
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