GOSHEN — A little over a year after the city pledged $100,000 for a manufacturing certification program, Goshen school officials say the money has been put to good use.

Goshen Community Schools Superintendent Diane Woodworth and Assistant High School Principal Brian Bechtel gave the city Redevelopment Commission an update on the Manufacturing Academy at Goshen High School. The RDC had voted to contribute tax increment finance district money toward the academy in December 2018.

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